Testing Your Web Pages
Cross Browser Testing
Testing your web pages in many browsers is very important. This article by Alexander Peev explains when to test your web pages and what browsers and versions to test.
How to Test Web Page Designs
Learn how to test your websites so that they work in as many browsers as possible. Alexander Peev explains how to test, what to do if problems come up during testing, and how to test changes that are added after testing is complete.
Troubleshooting CSS problems can be tricky. There are all the different ways that browsers handle the CSS as well as errors in your CSS and genuine bugs that cause problems. But in order to solve the problems your page is having with CSS, you need to learn to troubleshoot your designs and your CSS.
How to Report Errors on Web Pages
When you're designing and building a website errors will inevitably creep in, as we're all human and make mistakes. But in order to get them fixed most efficiently there are things you (or your clients) should know when you're reporting them. Follow these guidelines to get errors on Web pages fixed as quickly as possible.
Web Design Troubleshooting Checklist
Finding problems in your Web design can be very frustrating. But if you follow the steps on this checklist, you can help minimize the problems. By going through the checklist methodically, you can eliminate the areas that are working and concentrate solely on the problem areas.
Graded Browser Support
Being a Web designer is difficult because there are so many differences between browsers and you need to support many of them. Deciding how to decide which browsers you support or don\'t support is important - as there is no way you can support them all.
How to Test Mobile Web Pages and Applications
Many of the things you should test when testing your mobile designs are the same as what you test for your standard designs. But there are some specific things you should be looking for when testing mobile. This article will help you understand how to test for mobile and give you practical tips for getting the testing done, even if you don't...
How to Test Different CSS Media Types
You can write style sheets for different media types like handheld or print without needing a cell phone or printer to test them. Learn how easy it is in this article.
How to Preview Your Web Pages
Testing your Web pages is a critical part of Web development. But many novice designers don't realize that they can test their pages before they ever go up on the Web for other people to see. It's important to get into the habit of testing your Web pages in as many browsers as possible.
Solving Problems in Web Design
Building Web pages can be very challenging because of all the possibilities for problems. Having a plan for finding the problems and fixing them makes them easier to deal with when you come across problems.
How to Use BrowserCam to Review Your Web Site
BrowserCam is a powerful tool for Web developers who need to know what their Web site looks like in many different browsers and operating systems.
Testing Web Applications in Internet Explorer
Testing your web pages locally is important, but Internet Explorer can make that tricky. Learn about some of the issues you might have testing with IE and how you can overcome them.
How to Change Your Windows Screen Resolution
It’s easy to change your screen resolution in Windows to see how your web pages will look in different situations.
How to Change Your Macintosh Screen Resolution
It’s easy to change your screen resolution in Macintosh to see how your web pages will look in different situations.
Use Temporary CSS Styles to Update an Old Document
When you're updating a page that is old it might have strange layout features, nested tables or content divs or other HTML techniques that make it...
Web Servers and Workflow
Web servers often play a critical role in the workflow of building a website. While most small and medium sized websites have only one web server (the production server), larger companies may have many more than that for building and maintaining their website. Learn what different types of servers might appear in a web design workflow.