We live in a digital world with many devices of all forms and sizes. And each of these gadgets has the ability to connect to the internet. As a result, the days of designing a website for a certain browser and not having to worry about element overlap are gone. The number of browsers and internet-connected devices has increased. In addition, end-user surfing habits have changed. One may argue that a website’s lack of browser compatibility is detrimental; instead of switching browsers, online consumers are more inclined to look for another website.
In such a case, cross-browser testing and responsive testing are important to gaining an advantage over the competitors. Both are necessary for the building of a website, yet they are extremely different. This article will provide you with a thorough grasp of cross-browser and responsive testing, as well as its importance in developing a compatible online product.