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Web Site Browser Compatibility

When designing a web site, your first consideration should be browser compatibility. Your web site may look great when viewed with Internet Explorer, but when viewed with Netscape Navigator, everything may not be formatted properly.

All web browsers are not created equally. View your site through different browsers and screen resolutions so you will see how your visitors will view your site.

A good way to see how your web site will look through both browsers is to download and install a copy of both Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator.



Visit the following web sites to view your web site through different browsers and screen resolutions:

AnyBrowser - Provides a variety of free services for your web site, including browser compatibility testing, link check, HTML check, meta tag creator and more.

Make sure you view your first web page in different browsers and screen resolutions. Once you get it looking great for everyone, you can use it as a template for the rest of your web site. This technique can save you a great deal of time.

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