[Seaside] Dev toolbar in IE

Brad Fuller brad at sonaural.com
Fri Oct 6 21:54:15 UTC 2006

Boris Popov wrote:
> Firefox is more compliant with Web Standards than IE6 in Strict mode. As
> I understand, IE7 goes a long way towards treating them better, but as
> it stands if you want to develop with Web Standards in mind, your best
> bet is Firefox. Once you get things working there, you then apply IE6
> fixes for anything that breaks (hence ie6win.css via @import
> url("ie6win.css"); in our application).
Really? I've been hearing that Opera v9 is better than firefox for
standards compliance.

> Same goes for JavaScript. I find it easier to develop/debug JavaScript
> in Firefox where tools for that are superior, then test in IE and go
> back and fix issues in Firefox until everything works as expected. Opera
> is much more in line with Firefox, so usually things just work there.
> Cheers,
> -Boris

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