Comparium and How it Affects the Responsiveness of your Site

Mobile devices are already established as the preferred means of accessing the internet. To get an idea, in US alone, 69% of network users use a smartphone for this purpose. This requires marketers to be increasingly concerned with topics such as their browsing behavior and responsiveness.

What is responsiveness?

A responsive site is one whose layout of elements and content adapts to the size of the user’s screen. This means that no matter which device you use, the layout of that website will be loaded without errors, keeping it easy to find what you want, always with simple and intuitive navigation.

Responsiveness, however, is not limited to resizing a page’s graphics for better viewing and loading on small screens such as tablets or smartphones. It can also include changing the size of buttons, links, and fonts, as well as redistributing the content of a page: information that was arranged side by side, for example, is now arranged vertically in a process known as flow. In simple words, the site should be able to run on various browsers and system operations without obstacles.

You need a reliable cross-browser tester
As we have seen, the site’s performance on the browser will determine the interest of visitors to access the site at a later time. This is how responsiveness takes on the role. If your site is unresponsive, people will be lazy to access your site again and to prevent that, you are advised to use a cross-browser tester. There are various testers available on the market but the best is Comparium.
Comparium supports various well-known browsers and versions; Microsoft Internet Explorer 11.0, 8.0, Google Chrome 75.0, 74.0, 73.0, Mozilla Firefox 68.0, 67.0, and Safari 11.0. This tool also supports various platforms such as Mac OS X Mojave, Linux, Windows 10.7, etc. This application also supports Selenium, a comprehensive testing application that is very necessary.
There is no need to sit spending time in front of a computer because testing can be done offline. Just do the testing and leave it. Test results along with screenshots will be sent via email automatically. With Comparium you can make sure your site can be accessed easily.

There are 4 versions of Comparium; 1.0, 2.0, 2.5 and 3.0. Version 3.0 has the most complete features. There are some features that are not shared by other versions such as integrations with team managers and bug reporters, support for custom Selenium scripts and real-time web testing on a virtual desktop.

Lastly, be sure to keep up with good practice on a daily basis: Always update site content to the store standard, learn minimum image formats and resolutions before uploading, and especially keep track of user feedback. to detect problems and fix them quickly. This is the main secret of how popular site owners make sure their visitors don’t switch to other portals to find the same information. Hopefully this article can provide valuable knowledge for you. Thank you for your time and good luck with your site.

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