Useful browser compatibility tool

Mozie looks like a really useful tool to do side-by-side comparisons of IE and Gecko page renderings. Windows only, unfortunately, but that’s to be expected. It’s apparently built off of the Mozilla ActiveX control, which allows windows devs to embed Mozilla in their apps. I wonder if it would be possible to just serve your page in Mozilla, embedded within IE. I’m sure someone will try this shortly.

  • MikeyC
    03/22/2004 05:49:42 PM

    “I wonder if it would be possible to just serve your page in Mozilla, embedded within IE. I’m sure someone will try this shortly.”

    That’s exactly how MOZiE works. The MOZiE hta is essentially a webpage being rendered by IE. Rename the .hta to .html and you’ll see what I mean.

  • MikeyC
    http://www.zeit.ca/
    03/22/2004 05:50:03 PM

    “I wonder if it would be possible to just serve your page in Mozilla, embedded within IE. I’m sure someone will try this shortly.”

    That’s exactly how MOZiE works. The MOZiE hta is essentially a webpage being rendered by IE. Rename the .hta to .html and you’ll see what I mean.