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Have you ever thought about whether or not the visitors to your website can view your content in the best way? Most businesses ensure that their website is tested on different browsers to ensure it is accessible and the usability is not compromised if a user does not have the latest software, but following initial testing, have you ever analysed the actual capabilities of your users browsers? Finding out the percentage of your users that are on Internet Explorer compared to Firefox, or how many of your users have Java enabled functionality can be very handy when making decisions about the coding of your website.
Luckily, Google Analytics can give you all sorts of statistics to really help you understand what your users are browsing with and how they may see your website. So here’s how:
One of my favourite gadgets is my iPad, I love working on it or generally just surfing the web. Unfortunately one of the gripes I have about using it is the seemingly endless number of sites out there that are poorly optimised for tablets.
With the launch of instant previews for natural search results in November last year, and previews now being shown for paid search results (reported in March 2011: Page Previews in AdWords – Quality is Key) Google have now introduced a neat little tool held within your Webmaster Tools account.