N/APosted on - 11/26/2014
It is the responsibility of a modern day web developer to ensure that a website is compatible for commonly used browsers. Is this statement true or false? How can you perform Web Browser Compatibility testing or cross browser testing. Name some tools that you could use for cross browser testing.
Test your website to get it across right on all browsers
I guess it’s true but sometimes it depends because you cannot adapt your website on all web browsers. But as what I normally see, websites often create a stylesheet or CSS file specifically for Windows Internet Explorer that will display the web page correctly. Like for example, I have an HTML template that includes stylesheets or CSS files specifically for Windows Internet Explorer 6 and 7.
I also have another HTML template, HTML5 actually, with RWD or Responsive Web Design support that has specifics for Windows Internet Explorer 7 and 9. When a web developer creates a website, he needs to test it using different web browsers to see how it will look like. Actually, you don’t really need to test it on all web browsers.
You just need to test it using the most common web browsers that users use or the major web browsers like Opera, Windows Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari.