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As you know, the resolution of a website is much important for visitor and the webmaster. Despite the Fixed or Fluid layout your theme is designed, you always want to keep track of the visibility of your website in various web-browser or application, tools…
With the use of this online services, you can find out whether your website design is compatible or not and you can adjust it to suit you:
BrowserStack is a very popular live, web-based browser testing tool used by some very big brands such as Microsoft, jQuery, Twitter, Airbnb, Bose, and Wikipedia. They give you instant access to a VM with dev tools. If you need to debug something fast without a lot of hassle, these guys make it almost a joy to start troubleshooting.
Browserling is a live interactive cross-browser testing tool launched in 2010 by Peteris Krumins and James Halliday. There focus is all about getting you up and testing in a matter of seconds. Some of their customers include brands such as Teespring, NHS, PubNub, blekko, and coderwall.
Browser Sandbox is a tool run by turbo.net, which allows you a unique way to test web browser issues. Turbo.net is a web-based container platform that runs desktop and server applications instantly on any Windows Desktop.
TestingBot is an automated and manual cross browser testing tool that launched in 2011. They run one of the largest Selenium Grids on the web.
BrowseEmAll is another cross browser testing tool which focuses on live testing, screenshots and code analytics on your local machine. Some of their users include brands such as Blue Cross, OSU, Bank of Cardiff, and University Newcastle.
MultiBrowser is a responsive, mobile & cross-browser testing software, which launched in 2009. Some of their users include big brands such as xerox, at&t, Experian, and Nationwide.
CrossBrowserTesting is exactly what it sounds like, a cross-browser testing service that launched in 2008. Test your website in dozens of browsers and real devices with instant results. Over one thousand combinations of browsers, OS platforms, and devices. They use real physical devices for all tests.
Sauce Labs is a very popular cross browser testing tool among developers that features Selenium testing, mobile testing, and JS unit testing. Some of their customers include brands such as Yahoo, zendesk, lyft, intuit, OpenDNS, and HP.
ProtoFluid simplifies the development of fluid layouts, adaptive CSS and responsive design. It builds precise, dynamic viewports in which to test your work. This allows you to quickly effect changes and demonstrate benefits to interested parties.
Infobyip is the service that will help you to test your website usability and visibility for different screen resolutions: 1920×1200 1680×1050 1600×1200 1440×900 1366×768 1280×1024 1280×800 1280×768 1152×864 1024×768 800×600. But please remember that you can only test the high resolution if your monitor supports that, for example: you can not test your website’s visibility in 1920×1200 resolution in the monitor only display maximum 1280×768 resolution.
Unlike the other services above, Browsershots is not test your website display in the different resolution, it tests your website on different browsers (Browsershots support many web browser like Firefox, IE, Opera, Safari in many versions) and on platform such as Linux, windows, Mac…
You need to submit your website URL and then wait 2-3 minutes for Browsershots to complete the test (I think Browsershots make a screenshot by a real computer with an automatic screenshot software).