10 ways to avoid cross-browser compatibility issues

10 ways to avoid cross-browser compatibility issues

The prospect of cross-browser testing is unlikely to fill anyone with joy, but it's the essential last step of any web build that you can't afford to get wrong.

You might be packing the latest in responsive web design and parallax scrolling tricks, but one little slip in your testing could see a whole load of potential users locked out of your swanky new site. So to help you along and make sure you get it right, here are the top 10 things you need to do in order to ensure that your site will work, however people are looking at it. If you're starting a new site, get off to the best start with a brilliant website builder.

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Simon Jones

Simon Jones is a technology leader with experience managing product and engineering teams of up to 200 staff, both at startups and large corporates. He is a proficient full-stack developer, in particular with Go & React + TypeScript. He now works at Facebook in London. Formerly CTO at Norwegian VC-backed startup Just, and Engineering Director at Barclays and American Express.