Internet Explorer inside Firefox

By Daniel Scocco

Even the hardcore Firefox users need to use Internet Explorer once in a while. There are two reasons for that:

1. Sometimes you need to perform cross-browser testing to make sure that your website is being displayed correctly in both browsers

2. Certain sites, like the Microsoft Windows Update homepage, require the user to be using Internet Explorer

In order to avoid having to switch between browsers you can use a Firefox extension called IE View. The extension allow the user to load pages under Internet Explorer with a single right-click, and it also makes possible to make some sites load under IE by default.

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9 Responses to “Internet Explorer inside Firefox”

  • Krishna Kumar

    That is a useful tip. Some sites I visit, like cnn.com, don’t display properly in Firefox. And I have to frequently keep both browsers open at the same time.

  • Anthony

    Very cool…

  • DotMySpot

    Hi, just stopping by 🙂 nice blog you have here.. gooday!

  • inspirationbit

    Yes, it’s a useful FF extension. But unfortunately it’s not supported on Mac OS X. 🙁 I wonder why? Do they think that designers on Mac don’t need to test their sites on IE?

  • Baxter Tocher

    I prefer IE Tab:

    http://ietab.mozdev.org/

  • Bang Kritikus

    Thanks for your info

  • Daily Good Tips

    yes we want our blogs run in all browsers well

  • sarah

    hi this information is good

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