Every Web designer knows that browser differences can create plenty of problems. Finding and fixing out problems is very difficult when you are not equipped with right tools. I faced many problems with Internet explorer and as I did all my work with Mozilla Firefox(every one does), debugging the css was very difficult and time consuming. I Googled some interesting resources for making your browser testing more easier.
Browsershots is a popular free service that will provide screen shots of a page from just about any browser from all of the common operating systems. All you have to do is enter your URL and select the browsers and operating systems that you want to test. Browsershots will then enter your information into the queue, and in a few minutes you should have the screen shots.
There is a paid option that will give you priority over the free requests. When the service is busy it can take a while to get the free screen shots, but you can pay $15 per month for priority processing.
BroswerCam is a paid service with options for daily, monthly, or yearly. They also offer a free trial that will allow you to test the screen capture service by getting up to 200 screen captures within the 24-hour trial.
IE NetRenderer is a free tool that’s great for testing websites in Internet Explorer, typically the most troublesome browser. With IE NetRenderer all you have to do is choose a version of IE and enter the URL that you want to test, and you’ll instantly get a screen shot of the page being tested.
BrowserCamp allows you to test the compatibility of your design with Mac OS X browsers. You can quickly enter the URL that you want to test and get a full length screen shot at several different screen widths. Additionally, for full testing you can pay $3 for a two-day subscription, or $99 for a one-year subscription, with a few options in between.
IE Tester from DebugBar
ieCapture is a free tool for getting screen shots from websites in Internet Explorer. It’s very simple, just enter a URL and in a moment your screen shot will appear.
iPhoney is a free iPhone web simulator for designers. To use iPhoney you’ll have to download the program, but there is no cost.
Thanks to all the wonderful tools that made my work easier. Well If you have something to share, do add you comment.