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    Could someone with IE 5.5 (or older), Safari, or Netscape/Konquerer please do this?

    I've tested my site with Firefox/IE6/Opera but I haven't tested it with IE5.5, Safari, Netscape, or Konquerer. (I don't have them.) If someone could just take a quick look and tell me if it displays correctly, I'd appreciate it. I assume it isn't too bad because I haven't had any complaints yet, but maybe users of those browsers don't even bother looking around because it looks really bad to them.

    It's valid XHTML/CSS, so I'm mainly concerned about the above browsers CSS support. I can't post a link, but I believe it's in my user profile. If it's not, just do a quick Google search for "Solar Conflict" and click the first link, or just guess what it is. (Not too hard.)

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    IE 5.0 SP4
    Looks fine over here.

    *edit*
    In Mozilla 1.5 it seems that your nav area on the left (where it says general info, login, other stuff, links) has an extra space in the teal bars, making them twice as high as you probably want them.

    Not a huge deal, IMO. The only reason I caught it was I had them side by side on my dual monitor set up.
    Last edited by -alb-; 05-29-2004 at 02:28 AM.

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    Here is a perfect tool for your needs

    http://www.anybrowser.com/

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    For future reference, you can install multiple versions of IE on the same installation of Windows. The technique was discovered last year and has been written about extensively. The following is a link to a blog where the author has kindly zipped all the required files up for your convenience. Just download and stick them in any folder.

    http://www.skyzyx.com/archives/000094.php

    Here's a link to some nice icons for your newly installed 3 versions of IE:

    http://www.sonicdeath.co.uk/stuff/ie-multiple-icons.zip

    Happy testing!

    ps...This does work. I've got IE5, IE5.5 and IE6 installed on all my computers. There are minor bugs (the "About" dialog doesn't quite work properly, etc) but nothing to be concerned about.
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    A tool that should be on everybody's list - http://www.browsercam.com

    Right now Zopester is thinking..."Damn it, I'm usually the first to recommend them".

    Chalk one up for T.

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    Originally posted by Zopester
    For future reference, you can install multiple versions of IE on the same installation of Windows.
    scary thought, one is bad enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loon
    one is bad enough
    Not when you're testing a site it isn't!
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