Electrum Announces Browser Compatibility Testing Tool

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Web site testing and analysis tool released to check web sites for browser compatibility, and enforce corporate web site quality policy.

Testing large web sites in multiple browsers is expensive

Electrum announces the release of SortSite 3.2, a one-click web site browser compatibility testing tool.

Browser compatibility issues occur because no web browser vendor fully implements W3C web standards, leading to pages that work in one web browser but not another. SortSite finds these pages by scanning entire sites for problem code.

New features in version 3.2 include:

  •     Over 50 new checkpoints to find pages that don't work in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera or Chrome
  •     Find HTML, CSS and JavaScript code that doesn't work as expected in common web browsers
  •     Browser compliance summary showing which browsers a site works with
  •     Improved performance on large web sites

"Testing large web sites in multiple browsers is expensive," said Mark Rogers, Electrum VP of Marketing "SortSite dramatically reduces testing costs by automatically scanning entire sites for browser compatibility problems."

SortSite checks every page on a web site for over 450 quality issues including: broken links, US and EU legal compliance, accessibility and usability problems, browser compatibility and search engine optimization. This allows organizations to improve web site quality and user experience, reduce third-party consultancy costs, and improve their search engine ranking.

Pricing starts from $299 per user.

For additional information, and a downloadable demo, visit http://www.electrumsolutions.com. SortSite is available for Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 2008 and Vista.

About Electrum:
Electrum specializes in tools for web site creators and stakeholders. The company was founded in 1996 and launched its first product, PowerMapper, in 1997. Electrum products are used in 43 countries by some of the world's largest organizations, including 25% of the Fortune 100.


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