Defining browsers to test a web page


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Defining browsers to test a web page

As you start adding styles to your web page and website it's important to test in a number of browsers and use both platforms, both Macintosh and Windows. So let's go into our Preferences inside of Dreamweaver and set up our browsers for testing. On the Windows machine you would go up to Edit > Preferences. On Macintosh you come up to Dreamweaver and select Preferences or Command+U. In the category go down to Preview in Browser and select that. Right now I can see that we have two browsers selected that we can use for preview purposes, Firefox and Opera. But I'd like to add Safari. So how do I do that? I click on the plus box up here at the top and I'm going to write Safari, give it a meaningful name. I'm going to browse out to my -- if you were doing this in Windows, that would be your Program files folder.

I am going to scroll down to the S's. This is in alphabetical order. There's Safari, select Safari and then click Open. On the Windows, I would su...

Defining browsers to test a web page
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Defining browsers to test a web page provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Laurie Burruss as part of the Creating a CSS Style Guide: Hands-On Training

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