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Feb 17

Browserwatch is a handy webapp to use when developing websites. As more webbrowsers become web standards compliant we should see less and less discrepancy between he way web pages render on the end-users screen. I took this screenshot from the feedback given to a website I have finished this weekend for the Value Adding Quest.

Screenshot from Browserwatch

Interestingly this was the first time I’ve used Apple’s iWeb to create a formal website. Considering it took around 4 hours to build I am fairly happy with the results. There are a few issues with caching of images, but besides that iWeb is the easiest web page creation tool I’ve used - even simpler than RapidWeaver.

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One Response to “Browserwatch - cross browser render checker”

  1. KerryJ Says:

    This looks seriously useful — and I love your use of widgets!

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