On Fri, 14 Jun 2002, Eric A. Meyer wrote:
> I definitely think that having a number of different browsers on-hand to
> test with is a good thing, but I also think they ought to be browsers
> that people actually use. So far as I know, nobody surfs the Web with
> Dreamweaver's "Preview" pane. (Assuming that's even possible.)
On this point, I recently learned that I can configure UltraEdit (my
css/xhtml program of choice, since I can't afford Dreamweaver ;-) to
easily open the file I am working with in Mozilla, Opera, even IE
In case others are using UE as well and didn't know of its capabilities,
the steps are pretty simple (I have Mozilla installed at
D:\Program Files\Mozilla\mozilla.exe but edit for your situation).
Advanced > Tool Configuration >
Command Line = D:\Program Files\Mozilla\mozilla.exe "%f"
Working Directory (empty)
Menu item name = Open in Mozilla [You can choose your own if you want]
Be sure that the checkbox for 'Windows program' IS checked and I would
suggest checking the box for 'Save Active File' as well.
Then click INSERT and then click OK.
I did this for several browsers, so
CNTL+SHIFT+0 = Open in Mozilla
CNTL+SHIFT+1 = Open in Opera
CNTL+SHIFT+0 = Open in Internet Explorer
IE is usually installed as C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
where "C:\" may be different based on your installation.
Timothy J. Luoma [EMAIL-REMOVED] http://www.tntluoma.com
3 Steps to getting a better answer on CSS-D (imo):
What's the URL / URI? (put up temp copy if possible)
Does the CSS/HTML validate? How does it look in Mozilla?