Check how web pages look across browsers and platforms with this free site.
If you develop websites or create web pages it's good to check how they'll look in different browsers and different operating systems. Comparium can test how web pages look in different browsers and different operating systems in one click.
Go to the site and enter the URL of the page you want to test. Choose any or all operating systems and any or all available browsers and click or tap the "Create Screens" button. A window will open showing you all the configurations you chose. It can take a short time for them to load if you opted for several configurations. Any options that aren't available are greyed out, for example, Safari doesn't run on Linux so it isn't an option.
You can add more configuration options from the results page so you don't need to return to the home page.
Comparium currently supports Microsoft Internet Explorer 11.0, 8.0, Google Chrome 75.0, 74.0, 73.0, Mozilla Firefox 68.0, 67.0, and Safari 11.0 browsers and Windows 10, 7, Mac OS X Mojave, High Sierra, and Linux.
Comparium is a new service and is at 1.0 at the moment with more planned features and support for mobile devices down the road.
This is a real time saver for testing how web pages will display across browsers and platforms, and being able to choose multiple operating systems and browsers and have them display on one screen is a big plus.
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