Working with browsers


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Working with browsers

As a Web designer, one of the toughest things to learn is that your design is always at the mercy of the users' browsers. Your site's visitors have a lot of browsers to choose from, like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Google's Chrome. Knowing that so many different browsers will render your pages, it's always a smart idea to test them in as many browsers as you can. This can prevent rendering errors from one browser to the next and help you ensure a consistent experience for all visitors to your site. Dreamweaver allows you to set up multiple browsers for testing and also gives you an internal testing environment using Live View.

So here, I have our Index Page open, and I want to talk about using Live View first. Now, Live View uses the integrated WebKit rendering engine directly inside of Dreamweaver. WebKit is an Open Source browser- rendering engine, used to power such browsers as Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari browser. So if I click on the L...

Working with browsers
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Working with browsers provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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