MOZiE Compares Gecko and Internet Explorer Page Renderings
Monday March 15th, 2004
Michael Cacciottolo writes: "MOZiE is an extremely light-weight (13 KB), free Windows application that allows web designers the ability to compare page rendering in Mozilla and Internet Explorer by embedding Gecko — via the Mozilla ActiveX control. Version 0.7 adds synchronized scrolling to its list of features, which include synchronized Web surfing, document validation, screen emulation, style toggling, inline browsing, browser launching and bookmarking."
#1 really cool ...
Tuesday March 16th, 2004 1:40 AM
even the possibility to test in IE 5, 5.5 if you ahve IE6 ... Another thing is that is really impressive that there is now very few difference between the rendering of IE and Mozilla ... The problems of Netscape 4.7 are really far
#4 Re: really cool ...
Tuesday March 23rd, 2004 5:17 AM
One thing I do for NS 4.x, I add /*/*/ at the top of my css and under each comment. Netscape 4.x ignores all css between that mark and the next comment. So since I design my sites with out tables, NS 4.x folks get a plain html document with a short note at the top letting them know this sites uses newer standards and they might want to consider upgrading but that all the info is still usable and reachable anyhow. It seems like a nice solution to me. :)
#2 Nice idea but...
Tuesday March 16th, 2004 6:41 AM
... seems to me that the same thing can be accomplished much easier with the "View in IE" extension.
#3 Re: Nice idea but...
Tuesday March 16th, 2004 9:08 AM
Hardly. Did you look at the features? View with IE just opens IE at your current page. That's it. Mozie does a ton more.