Tuesday, March 06, 2007

How to get screenshots of you blog in various browsers

As a blogger, you will like your blog to look good, if possible, in all browsers and at all screen resolutions, etc. You can check how your blog will appear in various browsers and at various settings from Browsershots. At this site, you can get screenshots of your blog in various browsers at various screen resolutions, select whether to enable Javascript, Macromedia Flash, etc. or not. What you have to do is to type in your blog URL (make sure to include a backslash / at the end of the URL) and click "Start". The first time I tried to get screenshots of my blog Blogger Tips and Tricks, nothing happen. In such cases, I probably have to wait. But I found out by doing a refresh, I could get the screenshots. The second time I tried it (on another day), the screenshots appeared almost immediately.

You can see the screenshots of my blog Blogger Tips and Tricks at Browsershots of Blogger Tips and Tricks.

Acknowledgement: Got to know of this interesting site from Vin (Panther) of Beta Blogger for Dummies

5 comments:

  1. Peter,
    Here is another site :
    http://www.fundisom.com/g5
    to see Screenshots of your site on a Macintosh G5 in Safari, MacIE or Mozilla. Not working at present but soon will start.

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  2. Hi Vin,

    Thanks for the update. Will be keeping a watch of http://www.fundisom.com/g5

    Peter a.k.a. enviroman
    Enviroman Says

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  3. Hey how is your pic coming in the title bar?

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  4. Hi anurag,

    You mean my photo in the address bar at the top of the page (where the URL of the page is). That is called a favicon. You want something like that, see Favicon for your Blogger blog.

    Peter a.k.a. enviroman
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  5. Thanks a lot!
    This is what I was looking for!!

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