Add Multiple Browsers Preview in SharePoint Designer 2010-Tutorial

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By  André Lage   On  25 Oct 2011 08:10:35
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This is very essentials article that help to all SharePoint professionals to create previews in order to support for multiple browsers to perform the testing through the SharePoint designer 2010 or later versions.
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Introduction

This is very essentials article that help to all SharePoint professionals to create previews in order to support for multiple browsers to perform the testing through the SharePoint designer 2010 or later versions.When we are creating SharePoint Site with custom Branding that have a lot of JavaScript and CSS there are a lot of validation we need to do for each Browser, one of the requirement from Company's is validate  list of Browsers, what is normal when we create SharePoint sites for Internet.

The problem of having multiples Browser each of them have different protocols and different ways each Browser manipulate the same Html.SharePoint Designer have a option to preview your SharePoint Page, but by default is associate to Internet Explorer but you have the ability to associate the multiple Browser to preview the page in a very way.

Steps

To  add new Browser in your "Preview in Browser" option you will need to select "Ribbon > Preview in Browser > Edit Browser List".

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To add a new Browser reference you need to select option "add" and "Name" and "Command" associate to your Browser.

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Here some references i use do add some Browsers:
Chrome Browser
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe
FireFox Browser
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe"

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After made the reference to each Browser .exe you can use the Option on SharePoint Designer "Ribbon > Preview in Browser" and select the Browser you want to display the SharePoint Page you change and evaluate the behavior.

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Below you have a link from Microsoft about the Browse support SharePoint Sites:Plan browser support (SharePoint Server 2010) http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.asp Hope you like it.

 
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