It’s almost impossible to install each and every web browsers on your system to test out your website or blog. Doing that not only is an overkill to run one by one on many system resolution, but it’s also not possible to install all available and diverse web browsers on one system, unless you want to set up virtual machines. Giving the trouble of testing websites, BrowserShots.org comes to rescue.
BrowserShots.org is handy open-source online service for webmasters and bloggers which makes screenshots of your web design in different browsers running in different operating systems, allowing users to check for browser compatibility. When you enter and submit your web address (any valid URL link location that you want to test and see how it looks like in different browser), it will be added to the job queue. Once your job queue reached, a number of distributed computers will open your website or the URL you entered in their browser, and then capture the screenshots. The client computers will then upload the screenshots made to the central server of BrowserShots.org. Users can then view the screen shots to check how their websites appear in different browsers.
Test your website at BrowserShots.org.
BrowserShots supports emulation of almost all web browsers on Linux, Windows, Mac OS and BSD, including Arora, BonEcho, Dillo, Epiphany, Chrome, Firebird, Firefox, Iceape, Iceweasel, Flock, Galeon, GranParadiso, Kazehakase, Konqueror, Minefield, Mozilla, Links, Luakit, Lynx, Midori, Navigator, Opera 9.23, Phoenix, SeaMonkey, Internet Explorer (MSIE), Safari, Rekonq and more.