A common problem encountered any time by a web developer is the dreaded webpage browser compatibility issue. Although most browsers open websites in the same way, some of them have certain particularities that can cause a webpage to not load properly. The problem with compatibility testing is that you have to install a lot of browser versions and test them one by one, which can take a lot of time and effort.
BrowseEmAll offers you a solution, by allowing you to test how different web browsers react when opening a webpage. In order to function properly, the program requires .Net Framework and Internet Explorer installed on your computer.
Multiple browser views
The application allows you to open webpages using various web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera. You have the possibility to open up to four sections, that can each contain a different browser version. Furthermore, you can test how a webpage loads on several browsers used by mobile devices, such as Android and iOS smartphones.
You can change the resolution for each display, so that you can easily test if your images, forms or tables are properly proportioned. In addition, The application can create cross-browser reports which contain information about the HTML and CSS breakdown, along with some screenshots of that website.
Application startup options can he easily set such as default website or browser version, saving you a couple of minutes on your next use. Additionally, you can insert custom resolutions for your browser windows.
A powerful cross-browser compatibility checker
BrowseEmAll can help you discover various cross-browser compatibility issues, by allowing you to test the behavior of certain websites when opened by different browsers. You can then create reports with the problems found and attempt to resolve them.