Multiple Browser Testing Tool

I would like to seek your suggestion for the tool faciliate the multiple-browser testing of web site. PS: ASP.NET is my current working environment. ……………………………………. http://browsershots.org/http://www.browsercam.com/Default2.aspxhttp://www.spoon.net/browsers/……………………

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Multiple Browser Testing Tool

I would like to seek your suggestion for the tool faciliate the multiple-browser testing of web site.
PS: ASP.NET is my current working environment.
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http://browsershots.org/
http://www.browsercam.com/Default2.aspx
http://www.spoon.net/browsers/
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spoon.net/browsers is excellent.
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You could try Selenium. It allows you to record actions and play them back using multiple browsers.
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My suggestions are
MS Expression Web SuperPreview
IE Tester

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The ArtOfTest, Inc. – WebAii Automation Framework is free, .NET based (just include a couple of DLLs in your project), also can integrate with your existing testing framework (e.g. Visual Studio test project) to add client-side unit tests. Currently support seems limited to Firefox, IE and Safari. (For me Safari testing didn’t work at all).
It’s a test automation framework for .NET programmers.
From the server side you use a special object model that executes against the browser of choice and its DOM, as if a user is interacting and clicking. The browser of choice is launched by the framework when tests are run. You program against ids and classes and client-side elements from .NET in your language of choice like C#, VB.NET, etc.
You can even program through client-side frameworks like jQuery, Prototype, etc. AJAX calls and such do not inhibit the tests. One thing I like to do is pull server-side data while running tests against the client side and directly match them together inside the test to ensure everything from the data source is in the display.

Sample C# code: launches Google.com in IE, enter a search term and submit it for results. Change it to BrowserType.Firefox to test with a different browser, or run it in a loop that uses a different browser each iteration. Powerful stuff.
// Initialize the settings you want used.
Settings mySettings = new Settings(BrowserType.InternetExplorer, @”c:log”);

// Create the manager object
Manager myManager = new Manager(mySettings);

// Start the manager
myManager.Start();

// Launch a new browser instance. [This will launch an IE instance given the setting above]
myManager.LaunchNewBrowser();

// Navigate to a certain web page
myManager.ActiveBrowser.NavigateTo(“http://www.google.com”);

// Perform your automation actions.
Element mybtn = myManager.ActiveBrowser.Find.ByTagIndex(“input”, 3);
myManager.ActiveBrowser.Actions.Click(mybtn);

// Shut-down the manager and do all clean-up
myManager.Dispose();

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