Cross-browser compatibility is still one of the most complex issues when it comes to web-development. Web standards usually guarantee a (relatively) high degree of consistency, however no browser is perfect and particularly older browsers have always been quite good at surprising web-developers with their creative understanding of (X)HTML/CSS-code. Still you need to make sure that (at least) most visitors of your web-site can use it, navigate through it and find what they’re looking for as quickly as possible.
The post is packed with information and different off-line and online tools to help you check your site compatibility to different browsers and user settings. I have tested the RingOfBlogs blog on a few browsers using BrowserShots. It actually looked nice running on Safari 3.0.2 and Windows 2000.
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