I have a web page that appears OK in my Chrome and IE browser, but it appears to be broken in the eValid browser?
What gives here, any help to overcome this problem?
Thanks for bringing this up BClark.
eValid is primarily and foremost a quality assurance tool.
When we were in the process of creating the eValid architecture, we wanted to advise the user of any problem that we found.
The thinking is, better to report than to try to hide.
So on them a page may appear "normal" versus what appears in eValid.
We know that this can be confusing, but the thinking is "better safe than sorry."
-- eValid Support