For web developers and designers viewing a site through Internet Explorers eyes is worst than catching a glimpse of the four horsemen of the apocalypse! With IE8, things are getting better, yet there are still users that persist on using IE6 and IE7. UPGRADE!!!! Upgrade now, please.
IE will remain the predominant browser for most users, so, sadly, developers and designers are going to have to work around this. (I am really sorry).
In todays news we have collected some great resources, tips and cheats to help you develop around IE.
This cheatsheet/reference manual is a resource for anyone developer who has to deal with the demon that is Internet Explorer 6. 25 great tips.
It is imperative that developers do thorough testing in all currently-used Internet Explorer browsers when working on websites for clients, and on personal projects that target a broader audience.
This article provides an exhaustive, easy-to-use reference for developers to know the differences in CSS support for IE6, IE7 and IE8.
In this article, the author, will show you how to install multiple, legitimate versions of IE to speed up testing by taking advantage of two no-cost products available from Microsoft: Virtual PC (VPC) and Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Images. When you’re done, you’ll be able to confidently test in IE6, IE7 and IE8.