Cross browser testing is one of the most important factors in web designing always, because of presence of more browsers with time. It becomes important for you to check for the Cross Browser Compatibility of your website when they are already multiple browsers for the users to surf the internet and reach your site. Though IE and Firefox are the most used browsers across the globe, web designers need to check the browser compatibility of the website in all browsers. Even different versions of the same browser render the same site differently. If you have issues with the cross browser testing, then there are some leading cross browser testing resources that make your browser testing more compatible in less time.
2. Browsershots – It is a popular free service amongst the designers and the developers that provides with screen shots of a page from just about any browser from all the OSs. There is a paid service too, for faster results.
3. NetMechanic Browser Photo – Allows you to test different versions of IE, Firefox, Opera and Safari on Windows, Linux and Mac; and provides with various screen resolutions. A paid service which is $15 for one-time use or $150 for unlimited use in a year.
4. Litmus Applications – Supports all major browsers and reports bug for identification and correction of errors. It also offers testing of PSD to Word Press, and PSD to HTML emails in major email clients. It provides both free service and paid service with full access for $24.
5. IE Net Renderer – A free service that supports Internet Explorer 8, 7, 6 and 5.5.
6. BrowserCamp – It lets you test the design compatibility with Mac OS X browsers by supporting 12 different Mac OSX browsers including Firefox, Opera, Safari, Camino, etc. It is a paid service: $19 for monthly subscription or $99 for yearly subscription, and more.
9. ieCapture – A free service that gives screen shots of website in IE 8 on Windows XP SP2.
10. Adobe Browserlab – It tests website on Firefox 2 & 3 and IE 6 & 7 for XP; and tests Firefox 2 & 3 and Safari 3 for OS X.
Thus apart from testing whether the page is XHTML and CSS validated, you also need to test for cross browser compatibility. PSD to HTML pages and PSD to WordPress templates converted by us are already tested for proper display on most popular browsers, leaving the designer to only worry about the designs in PSD, Illustrator or Corel.