How to works your JavaScript Panther & Handle Error

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  1. Test it in a couple of stable browsers on your systems, like Firefox, Safari, Chrome, or IE/Edge.
  2. Do some lo-fi accessibility testing, such as trying to use your site with only the keyboard, or using your site via a screen reader to see if it is navigable.
  3. Test on a mobile platform, such as Android or iOS.

Testing on prerelease browsers

  • Firefox Developer Edition
  • Edge Insider Preview
  • Safari Technology Preview
  • Chrome Canary
  • Opera Developer
  • Continue Day by Day




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