Testing your WebSite in Different Browsers

An often overlooked area in web design is website performance on different browsers. Web users are expecting a pleasant web experience. There is a cost to not optimizing to different browsers. According to the Website Magazine, 67 percent of users encounter a slow website a few times a week or more. Also, 46 percent say slow load times cause them to abandon websites. In addition, over a third of respondents say that slowness makes them less likely to return to the site. These statistics show that it is imperative to optimize browser performance to keep users on websites, which has potential for more sales.

When designing a web site, the web designer should realize that different browser platforms perform in different ways. The audience needs to be considered when designing a web site. If you have a website with users that use different browsers, it is recommended to view your website in different browsers. You do this to make sure that the navigation, style and website structure are intact. This not only applies to various browsers but also various versions of browsers. Not all of the users will have the newest browser that a web designer is using. Therefore, it is important to test your website in different browsers.


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