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Running IE6 and IE7?

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Hi there

I do not have IE7 installed, because i like to have IE6 running to test
my CSS for the sites i make. But now there seems to be a problem with
some menu which is ever the text. I guess it has something to do with
margin.

Is it possible to both hav IE6 and IE7 installed, so i can use both to
control?

Or is there another solution?

Thanks,
Mark
Feb 27 '07 #1
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Mark <"scheper at xs4all dot nl"wrote in news:45e3de38$0$335
$e*******@news.xs4all.nl:
Hi there

I do not have IE7 installed, because i like to have IE6 running to test
my CSS for the sites i make. But now there seems to be a problem with
some menu which is ever the text. I guess it has something to do with
margin.

Is it possible to both hav IE6 and IE7 installed, so i can use both to
control?
I use the bottom one from:

http://browsers.evolt.org/?ie/32bit/standalone

it renders as ie6.

--
Dirk
Feb 27 '07 #2

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Mark wrote:
Hi there

I do not have IE7 installed, because i like to have IE6 running to test
my CSS for the sites i make. But now there seems to be a problem with
some menu which is ever the text. I guess it has something to do with
margin.

Is it possible to both hav IE6 and IE7 installed, so i can use both to
control?

Or is there another solution?

Thanks,
Mark
I have found this to be useful: http://tredosoft.com/Multiple_IE

--Mr. Wilson
Feb 27 '07 #3

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Mr. Wilson wrote:
Mark wrote:
>Hi there

I do not have IE7 installed, because i like to have IE6 running to
test my CSS for the sites i make. But now there seems to be a problem
with some menu which is ever the text. I guess it has something to do
with margin.

Is it possible to both hav IE6 and IE7 installed, so i can use both to
control?

Or is there another solution?

Thanks,
Mark

I have found this to be useful: http://tredosoft.com/Multiple_IE

--Mr. Wilson
Thanks both!

It's up and running.

Mark
Feb 27 '07 #4

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"Mr. Wilson" <mr******@625elmstreet.infowrote:
I have found this to be useful: http://tredosoft.com/Multiple_IE
That doesn't always work perfectly, in particular cookies don't work
in IE6 once you have installed IE7. Another option if you
only care about IE6 and 7 and not other versions is to download the
IE6 virtual PC image from Microsoft. See
http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/200...e-machine.aspx
Feb 28 '07 #5

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