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Why is Cross-Browser Testing Important for Your Business Website?

Image credit: Cross Browser Testing Not all web browsers were created equal and that's something any good web developer should be able to tell you. Whether it's Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge, different browsers display websites differently. That's no surprise considering that each browser vendor has a different vision as to how their browser should work, what their browsers should support and how the web should evolve in general.
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