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Browser Compatibility Testing - We Need Your Help

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 10, 2006

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How does our website look in your Browser?

As I've mentioned a few times already, we'll be launching the new Voices.com website in the coming months.

We thought this would be the ideal time to freshen up the look and feel of the website, but more importantly ensure that the site adheres to W3C Standards. This means that Voices.com will display well on any Internet browser, even on old-school Netscape browers, text-based browsers, screen readers and text-readers for those who are sight impaired.

Over the past week, David has been developing a new graphical interface for the new homepage as well as numerous other pages that will govern the overall look and feel of Voices.com

It would wonderful to have some initial feedback. Please leave a comment with your computer type, browser application ( Internet Explorer, Firefox, Netscape, Safari etc...) , screen size (600x800) and if you think everything looks good to you.

Here's an example: Mac, Firefox 1.5, 1280x720 - Thumbs up here in Toronto!

Your observations, suggestions and other comments are greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Stephanie


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    Stephanie,

    I use 5 different systems so here's a report from all 5:

    Linspire 5.0, Linspire Suite 1.6, 1600x1200 - Looking good from Charlotte, NC!

    Mandriva 2006, Firefox 1.5, 1600x1200 - Looking good from Charlotte, NC!

    WinXP Pro SP2, Firefox 1.5, 1600x1200 - Looking good from Charlotte, NC!

    Mandriva 2006, Opera 8.5, 1600x1200 - Looks good from Charlotte, NC.

    WinXP Pro SP2, IE 6.0, 1600x1200 - Looks good, though the screen layout is a little different with this one.


    Be well,
    Bob Souer
    Charlotte, NC

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