MozillaZine

Comparator: Compare the Rendering of a Page in IE and Mozilla

Thursday November 13th, 2003

Vazz wrote in to tell us about Comparator, a Windows tool for comparing the rendering of pages in both Internet Explorer and Gecko. A Comparator preview release is available from the Comparator GotDotNet Workspace. It requires the Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1, Mozilla and Internet Explorer.


#4 Hypertext 'Comparator'

by mikeyc

Thursday November 13th, 2003 4:24 PM

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polidobj wrote: "This has been done in HTML-Kit which has no framework requirement."

Exactly. In fact, you can call the MOZ activeX control through an HTA (Hypertext Application) so it doesn't have to be built into a program at all.

I put the following example together in 5 minutes (save it to disk with an .hta extension)...Windows only, sorry:

<http://www.zeit.ca/extern…zeit_mozie/zeit_mozie.hta>

Top frame is Mozilla and bottom is IE. You must register the control for it to work just like you do with 'Comparator' or 'HTML-Kit'. I plan on making it prettier and more functional in time.