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    There has to be an easier way!

    is there a program out there, that lets you test how your site is going to look in all browsers? or at least a lot of them?

    i know for web designers this is a big deal to make sure the site is compatible with all browsers. Just wondering if there is an easier way then downloading every browser and switching back and forth from macs to pcs.

    Thanks in advance for any information,

    -Jonas

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    if you find an all in one solution, let me know...

    as far as me, I have a pc and test the browsers on there, (standalone versions of IE, etc.)

    as for mac testing i just use iCapture, http://www.danvine.com/icapture/ , its great...

    another great thing to google for and check out is "mozie" , its a split screen mozilla/ie browser (other supported too i think....

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    Quote Originally Posted by colinr
    if you find an all in one solution, let me know...

    as far as me, I have a pc and test the browsers on there, (standalone versions of IE, etc.)

    as for mac testing i just use iCapture, http://www.danvine.com/icapture/ , its great...

    another great thing to google for and check out is "mozie" , its a split screen mozilla/ie browser (other supported too i think....
    Hi

    Dan's added some PC browsers too:

    www.danvine.com/iecapture




    Trevor

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    That page is awesome, very very helpfull.
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