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Adobe BrowserLab

Dec 08, 2009 15 Comments

Adobe BrowserLab is an online tool that allows you to view how different browsers (in different operating systems) renders your web pages. Just enter your web page URL, press Enter, and it will create a screen capture of the web page in the browsers you selected.

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  1. Dec 09, 2009 @ 07:09:17

    Cavell Blood

    Wow! Thanks for the post! I’ve been looking for something like this.

  2. Dec 09, 2009 @ 07:30:19

    Manuela

    Well, it seems they haven’t tried their own tool to see if the Browserlab website was working correctly in Firefox!

    • Jan 18, 2010 @ 08:27:58

      marco belletti

      ahahah, that’s definitely a nice comment.

  3. Dec 09, 2009 @ 10:08:57

    Neil

    yeah! IE6 seems to cut pages in half and not show the rest. but fairly accurate and once the bugs are out, assuming the servers are up to it, this will be a good tool.

  4. Dec 09, 2009 @ 14:39:18

    独孤逸辰

    Are you chinese? why cann’t I feed this blog?

  5. Dec 09, 2009 @ 14:41:32

    独孤逸辰

    Oh,I find it and it can be rss. I am sorry!

  6. Dec 09, 2009 @ 16:48:39

    Jack

    Very nice redesign! And thanks a lot for this as well

  7. Dec 10, 2009 @ 07:12:19

    Simone

    Adobe BrowserLab is a nice tool…but it’s static…if your site has javascript animation this tool isn’t so useful…

    @nickla: this site is amazing!!!

  8. Dec 10, 2009 @ 13:13:32

    Karen

    I have been using the BrowserLab for a few months now and it has been a life saver! It definitely helps with checking for IE related issues.

    Nick: I have been following your work for a few years and wanted to give a thumbs up to this redesign! Great Job as usual.

    Thanks for all that you do.

  9. Dec 15, 2009 @ 14:12:41

    Anton

    Browserlab is certainly a huge improvement over browsershots.org, which have been struggling of late. the problem with Browserlab is that just like browsershots there is no way to test javascript, flash or any other interactivity. You also can’t pages behind a login screen.

    Multi-browser Viewer actually includes real virtualized, sandboxed versions of all the browsers you’d like to test like IE6, 7 and 8. So you can test functionality, on top of that it also takes screenshots like browserlabs, but also has support for Chrome for Mac and Opera for Mac. So basically you can test both.

  10. Dec 16, 2009 @ 02:48:19

    karthik

    Hi Guys…

    This site works well for the external sites and its really an awsome one…but I am not able to check internal sites that are not yet public…can you please help me out..

  11. Dec 16, 2009 @ 09:08:07

    Nicola Connolly

    Looking forward to checking this out. I’ve been using NetRenderer up until now but the problem has been that it only shows the top half of your webpage (meaning that it’s only really been good for a ‘quick check’). I’m hoping that Adobe BrowserLab will be a much more useful and thorough option if it allows you to browse through whole pages of a site with ease, thanks for the heads up Nickla.

    And I must also say congrats on your gorgeous site re-design :)

  12. Feb 17, 2010 @ 08:58:06

    Weddings Fashion

    internet explorer 6 seems to cut pages in half and not show the rest. but fairly accurate and once the bugs are out, assuming the servers are up to it, this will be a good tool.

  13. Feb 17, 2010 @ 09:04:06

    Weddings Fashion

    I have been following your work for a few years and wanted to give a thumbs up to this redesign! Great Job as usual.

  14. Apr 12, 2010 @ 06:13:16

    Sam Logan

    Thanks for recommending me to BrowserLab, perfect for Mac users!

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