Check Your Site Design in the New Chrome Browser and Many Other Browsers

Since the new browser from Google has come out I’ve wanted to see how my various websites look in Chrome.

The fastest way to see how your site designs hold up in various browsers is to sign up for an account at Browsershots.

It’s as easy as ticking off a few boxes to select which browsers you want to view and hitting the Submit button.

As of today you can test your site designs in 31 browsers for Linux, 33 for Windows, 6 for Mac OS, and 11 for BSD. Each operating system is paired with the most popular browsers and some you’ve never heard of, like Dillo, Epiphany, Minefield, Shiretoko and others.

That’s not all! You also get to choose a screen size, the color depth, which javascript version is used or if it’s used, and whether java and flash are enabled or not. If these parameters don’t matter and you just want to look at a screenshot of your design in some different browsers, leave the spin boxes at the default “don’t care” setting.

Now you don’t have to wonder what your designs look like to Mac or Linux or BSD users, or even in the newest version of browsers you don’t use on your PC.

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