13. Using SuperPreview
An Overview of SuperPreview
In the early days of web design, it wasn’t uncommon for a page to render dramatically different from one browser to the next. Web standards were still largely in flux and proprietary code was widespread. Because of these conditions, web designers would typically either spend a considerable amount of time implementing hacks to fix rendering problems or would design for one particular browser flavor and recommend that site visitors use that specific browser.
Web standards have solidified greatly over the years, and modern browsers are typically compliant with those standards. However, these conditions don’t mean the end of compatibility concerns. Some users are still using older browsers, and ...