Re: Testing on mac
- From: Helpful person <rrllff@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 11:34:47 -0700 (PDT)
On Jun 9, 1:55 pm, cwdjrxyz <spamtr...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jun 9, 10:02 am, Helpful person <rrl...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have tested my web site to the best of my ability on a PC with the
latest browsers (and IE7). Can someone please look at it with a Mac
and let me know if it looks OK? (at least not broken.)
You might like to download Safari for Windows to your PC, free from
Apple. While it might be a bit different from Safari for Apple, it is
about as close as you likely will get on a PC. Screen shots are useful
for static pages, but they leave a lot to be desired for pages with
dynamic content - for example if you have to submit a form to the
server and the server uses script such as php to change the page
depending on what you submitted. Buying a cheap used Apple computer as
suggested by others also likely is a good option if you need to check
how Apple responds on many pages..
I have downloaded safari for windows and my web site looks OK.
However, I suspect there are quite a few differences using a Mac. I
agree that buying an old Mac is probably the best idea.
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