What about trying out a website on multiple different browsers?
What can be done?
Great question JLorner, thanks for asking.
The eValid approach to this is to evoke the different browsers by manipulating how eValid tells the server what kind of browser it is pretending to be.
You do this by adjusting the User Agent String (UAS) to reflect a different browser type; doing this [typically] causes the server to send over HTML that is specific for that kind of browser.
[We say typically because some servers and some websites don't pay any attention to the browser type...but that is an exception.]
Here is the eValid command to SetUserAgent: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... ation.html
Let us know if we can help further.
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