If I want to see how my web page looks on multiple browsers ...how could I do it?
Thanks for asking VicVetri.
The trick is to vary the user agent string to specify the test to the web server as if it was delivering content to a range of browser values.
That data is what is called the User Agent String.
eValid does this test through use of the "Data Synthesis Mode", described here: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... .data.html
The idea then is to put into parameters all of the User Agent Strings in to the script playback as a parameter and run the test for all of the different values.
This is shown in detail here: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... rview.html
You may want to look up all of the user agent strings to make sure they have not changed.
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