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Old 06-09-2006, 12:54 AM   #1
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Default Testing in Safari...

...even if you don't have (access to) a Mac.

Well, not real "testing" - but with this service you can at least check your layout! I tested it with my blog (of course) and at first got an error message (check that your URI doesn't contain an # anchor - huih?), but I'd chosen PNG output; my guess is that created just too large a file. I then tried with medium-JPG and found the output to be perfectly usable. It creates a "screenshot" of your whole page, virtually scrolling all the way through. It even caught the Google Adsense ads!

Now don't go and batter this - use it within reason so it can remain a free service!

Snugtech.com | SafariTest | Mac Screenshot Compatibility Test

   
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