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    I need a way to see the way my sites would look in other browsers as well as older versions of these browsers. Im looking for something that is quick so I can make changes and preview them in other browers fairly often. I also primarily work from local host so alot of the time I am working I do not have access to the internet. Any suggestions? I'm needing to test for I.E versions 6 and later, all versions of chrome, all versions of firefox, and all versions of safari. Any help would be greatly appreciated =)

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    WDF Staff m3n0tu18's Avatar
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    download and install THIS for IE Testing, then you will have to manually download Firefox (latest stable version) Google Chrome, Opera and Safari for other browser testing.

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    If you're just wanting to see how your sites look in other browsers, give Adobe Browser Lab a look. If you're actually wanting to test functionality, you'll have to go the route m3n0tu18 mentioned.
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    Member Janja's Avatar
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    I use IE Tester from Mydebugbar for that. http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/IETester/HomePage


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