In this chapter:
Weeding out common web page errors
Creating a browser test suite
Installing multiple versions of Internet Explorer
Catering for unruly web browsers
Common fixes for Internet Explorer bugs
One time web designers envy designers in other fields is when it comes to testing websites. Although we're a long way from the "design a site for each browser" mentality that afflicted the medium in the late 1990s, we've still not reached the holy grail of "author once, display anywhere."
The methods outlined in this book take you most of the way there, providing a solid foundation for websites that should need little tweaking to get them working across all ...