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  • multiosbrowser
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Hello everyone,

i wanted to get some feed back for http://www.aadmm.de. The site is available in german and english.
Use your preferred browser and see how your browser work or use different browsers and compare
how they work.

\\Edit on October 7, 2006

I have revised my site, many things have changed. Please review it and tell me what do you think about it.

Thanks
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They both look great with Firefox and internet explorer.
  • multiosbrowser
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Thanks.

What can i make better on my website ?
  • b_heyer
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A few more things to test with would be nice, I'm sure you are working on that though. I think you have a really great idea, keep up the work.
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In low resolutions I get a vertical scrollbar.

On my cellphone the headers take up a third of my screen width, which is 2-3 letters...

When using a screenreader I can't really make any sense of your content.

If you want to follow web standards, then skip the tables for layout and use CSS instead. You could also consider using a newer doctype so it won't be rendered in Quirks Mode.
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Are the words "welcome, bienvenida & willkommen" supposed to show up like that? As in on three seperate lines? or is Welcome supposed to be up top and the other two under it aligned equally?

If bienvenida is supposed to be in Spanish, it's wrong. It's actually BIENVENIDO. You don't use the feminin version unless you're targetting all females

The site shows up identical on all tested browsers (FF, NS, IE & Opera) I even tested it on Netscape Communicator 4.7 which I still have installed and it had no visual problems besides the graphic on the right hand side, the bubbles didn't animate

Scalable site good job!

I think I would improve the top navbar though, it's pretty weak right now

The last graphic under the Graphics menu does not display (broken)

In your XML section, your links are opening up in new browser windows, don't do that unless you're taking your users out of your site

Good use of keywords

Don't use frames. Stick to CSS or tables
Try to not use text to describe colours (color:red) instead use the hex code which will be more precise

Besides that, I think it's fine.
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b_heyer wrote:
> ... I'm sure you are working on that thought. ...

Yes, i'm working on new features on my website, but i need time for it.

zcorpan wrote:
> ... When i using a screenreader ... If you want to follow web standards, ...

I didn't found a screenreader for free but i know the problem. I think in the next time
i made my website without a frame set (XHTML 1.1 amd XML 1.0 doesn't support frame sets,
with HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 i can use frame sets). At this moment i will use CSS and
the <div>-Tag for my layout.

613flavah wrote:
> ... the last graphic under the Graphics menu does not display (broken) ...

Did you mean the JPG2000-Graphic in the topic Graphic Sizes?

When yes, only following browsers will display the JPG2000-Graphic in the topic Graphic Sizes:
- aWeb (AmigaOS), iCab and Safari (Mac OS X), Konqueror (KDE 3.3 with JPG2000 Library on Linux).

At persent no browser will display the JPG2000-Graphic in XML/CSS and XML/XSLT, because
aWeb, iCab, Safari and Konqueror doesn't support XLINK in the XML/CSS Example and doesn't
support XML/XLST. All the other browsers have some problems with JPG2000-Graphics. In the
Opera Lists for developers you can found an entry for JPG2000-Support. It's planned.
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Should you mention that somewhere? That way ppl like me who were unsure won't think that the site has a broken image
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613flavah wrote:
> ...If bienvenida is supposed to be in Spanish, it's wrong. It's actually BIENVENIDO. You don't use
> the feminin version unless you're targetting all females...

I have changed it to "Bienvenido". It seems that my dictionary is not the best.
Thanks for your comment.
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Hello everyone,

the second edition of MultiOS Browser Test was finished last month. Many changes are made, switching to better XHTML with CSS-Layout and adding new features. Now i think it's a comprehensive test website for browser features.

Please tell me your opinion. Thanks a lot...
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2 things that come to my mind:

the background-color (this old grey looks somehow ...well old) - perhaps a more white grey would look better.

on the first visit I didn't know where these "tests" could be found. I expected something like a "Start test now" button.
Perhaps you could link such a button to the first test page (the browser test).
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Yeah i have used firefox and internet explorer and both have worked fine

Steve
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workaholic wrote:
I expected something like a "Start test now" button.

A "Start test now" button is not planned. My visitors came from searchengines or outside links to my Topics. The Tests are not in sequence. So any visitor can test what's interesting him.
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Just wondering should you say welcome in spanish if your site doesn't have a spanish version?
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webthink wrote:
Just wondering should you say welcome in spanish if your site doesn't have a spanish version?

It's a wish, but at present my spanish is very bad. The time will come and i go again into a night school to learn it. :)
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This looks like a very handy site :)

good job
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zcorpan wrote:
In low resolutions I get a vertical scrollbar.

On my cellphone the headers take up a third of my screen width, which is 2-3 letters...

When using a screenreader I can't really make any sense of your content.

If you want to follow web standards, then skip the tables for layout and use CSS instead. You could also consider using a newer doctype so it won't be rendered in Quirks Mode.

Now all bugs should be removed. The complete Web site is now readable with a Screenreader and make sense.

Mephistox wrote:
good job

Thanks
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i didnt really see a difference from IE and firefox.
  • multiosbrowser
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I have added two new tests on my website. One is a test for serving XHTML 1.1 and the other is a test for usability with <acronym>/<abbr>-Tags. I'm interested for your opinion about the two new tests.

thanks
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I have revised my site, many things have changed. Please review it and tell me what do you think about it.

Thanks

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