How do I open an Incognito Window in different web browsers?

When you test a registration form, you need to test it in an Incognito Window.  Some web browsers call this a Private Window or something similar.  Below shows how you test a registration form in different web browsers.

Google Chrome

From the Direct link to form, right click on the link and select Open Link in Incognito Window.


Mozilla Firefox

From the Direct link to form, right click on the link and select Open Link in New Private Window.


Internet Explorer (IE)

From the Direct link to form, right click on the link and select Copy shortcut.

Click Settings and select Safety.

From the next menu, select InPrivate Browsing

Paste your link into the address bar of the InPrivate Browsing window.

Microsoft Edge

From the Direct link to form, right click on the link and select Copy shortcut.

Click on the Ellipses in the top right corner and select New InPrivate window.

Paste your link into the address bar of the New InPrivate window.

Safari

From the Direct link to form, right click on the link and select Copy shortcut.

Click File and select New Private Window

Paste your link into the address bar of the New Private window.

For information on testing your registration forms, see the following article.

How do I test the registration form?