Browser Test Report

In this post, I’ll be using two browsers, Safari and Chrome to test my JavaScript and jQuery galleries. The point of this is to look for any inconsistencies across two main browsers.

Google Chrome:
v 37.0.2062.94 (up to date as at 29/08/2014 @9:35pm) Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 9.34.02 pm

 

Safari:
v 7.0.6 (up to date as at 29/08/2014 @9:35pm)

Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 9.37.25 pm

JavaScript Gallery

Tested in Google Chrome

Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 9.43.23 pm

 

Tested in Safari

Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 9.46.37 pm

 

The two are strikingly similar, something I find different is the way that the images are rendered. The images seem a little ‘out of focus’ and they almost seem a different size. I feel like I’ve been staring at the screen for so long and I could be losing my mind. Something just doesn’t seem right with Safari. Chrome renders the images more nicely.
(Side note) I’ve just noticed my divs for the thumbnails have moved slightly I will fix these before submission.

Whether they’re rendered different or exactly the same, I still prefer Chrome. However, if I’m honest, I cannot spot any obvious difference.

jQuery Gallery

Tested in Chrome

Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 9.58.49 pm

Tested in Safari

Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 9.57.06 pm

 

The differences are small again. Here there is a slight deviation color/saturation of the main image, and the thumbnails are once again rendered slightly differently. Also, if I line the top of the webpages up, Safari is about 20px lower than Chrome. I am really unsure of why this is but it is.  The fonts render pretty much exactly the same in both galleries. The effects seem to all run exactly the same (if clicked in sync).

Other than these aspects. I can’t see any obvious difference in the JavaScript Gallery or the jQuery gallery.