See How Your Site Will Look In A Cross Browser World – Elf Knows It [ARCHIVED]
Ever wondered how your web site will look to people using other browsers? I found a great web site http://browsershots.org/ It couldn’t be more simple to use, you simply put in the address of your site and they do the rest. You will then be given a huge range of screen shots of your website in over 60 different web browsers spanning over 4 different operating systems.
This is a brilliant way to get an idea of your sites cross browsers ability.
The only problem I noticed with http://browsershots.org/ was during high load times I was given screen shots of blank browser windows, I presume the load on the internet connection they use was too high for the site to be loaded before the screen shot was taken. But I only got this about 3 times in total.
So head over to http://browsershots.org/ and see how your browser looks!
If you used your site on this, did you have any cross browser issues? I might be able to help you!