But now the new firewall settings have blocked us from using this. Back to square one. Then I remembered a tool that I have used in the past that did something like multiple IEs but was much better. It took me ages to find it again, so I am blogging so that I don’t forget and maybe someone else will find this too. The tool is called IE Collection and it does a great job.
4 responses to “Testing in old versions of Internet Explorer”
yeh i’ve used that before. it’s good but it’s not quick. running spoon or ie collection locally means you can do lots of quick iterations…
True. If I am iffy about a layout problem I usually first test in Opera to make sure it’s not my coding that’s the problem. I have a Mac, which as you may know has such a bad version of IE that CSS background images don’t even work; that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
in mac I use virtual box to host a virtual machine which runs IE Collection!