I check the site on every browser that has a user base bigger than 1% and on N6. Unless the client explicitly asks for specific support or the site target audience is known to have a bit of a different than normal setup (ie. a linux news site or something like that) currently this would include: - Netscape 4 and up (mac/win/linux) - IE 4 and up (mac/win) - N6 & Mozilla (mac/win/linux) - Opera if it's not too much of a bother (think clipping) Greets, Tijs > Hello the list: > > To what extent are you guys browser-testing? Are you bothering with the new > MSN browser, or the Lycos browser, different versions of AOL, webtv, etc? > > I recently set up a testing lab at home and am considering myself pretty > liberal with the browser testing - four pcs with different monitors at > different resolutions, a crappy pc laptop, a gorgeous pc laptop, a mac with > two monitors (one 21", one 15"), a Linux box with appropriate browsers, an > AOL account, the usual browsers back to 3.0, the MSN browser, the Lycos > browser... at what point is it madness? My husband is thoroughly amused at > me darting around the room muttering to myself ("good, good, damn you > netscape! very good aol, ugly browser msn, very good mac ie 5.5"). I'm > thinking about getting webtv, but then I found myself considering purchasing > three different-sized TVs... > > Anyway. With every portal developing its own browser, what do you do? > Thoughts? > > --Johannah. > > > --------------------------------------- > For unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: > http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !