Friday, January 13, 2006

What if I want to...say...code for IE 5.5, IE6 and IE7?

In this rare occurance, Apple and Microsoft share the same fucking moronic mistake. Apple a little less-so than MS, but still.

I know we all have ways of shoe-horning more than one version of IE onto PCs, but it really shouldn't take unsupported hacking in order to test more than one version of a browser on one fucking machine.

And anyone who brings up Virtual PC as a solution to this deserves to get dragged out into a parking lot and beaten to a bloody pulp. If I had the money to waste on crap like that, I'd get another machine and have something that I can actually use.

For those interested in the alternatives for testing more than one version of IE on one machine, go for it.

Multiple IEs in Windows (via css-discuss: BrowserTesting)

For those of us that would like to test with different versions of Safari (a.k.a. WebKit), the WebKit site has some info on how to do just that (and also how to build and run nightlies).

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