Every website ever created has inevitably encountered compatibility issues with older browser versions and differing operating systems, among a host of other perplexing errors. A common decision made while developing a website is which browser versions to include compatibility for. The decision to implement the newest technologies in web design is not without inherent costs. By changing to HTML5, for example, companies willfully make the decision to exclude compatibility for older browser versions like Internet Explorer 8 and 9, which do not support many of the new features of HTML5. Internet Explorer 8 and 9 users account for nearly 7 percent of all internet traffic. Thus, the importance of fully considering implications of updating code becomes paramount, as excluding older browser versions will ultimately cost a company visitors, and by proxy, website revenue. With a new complimentary tool, Voodoo Alerts can help web development professionals locate and solve browser error problems, collect accurate data on which browsers may be causing conversion problems, and ultimately increase website revenue and overall usability for visitors.
Voodoo Alerts offers a free trial of their new analytics tool, aptly named "Is my Site Broken?", which not only identifies possible browser errors or incompatibilities, but also alerts its administrator to possible errors as soon as they occur, saving website administrators both time and money. For a limited time, interested web developers can quickly analyze their website for errors and try Voodoo Alerts free of charge. "Is my Site Broken?" can help developers find and investigate possible incompatibilities, which do not always arise from incompatibility of new technology. CEO and Founder of Voodoo Alerts,
For a limited time, Voodoo Alerts offers a trial version of their new real user monitoring software, available directly on VoodooAlerts.com.
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