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Practical HTML5 Projects by Adrian W. West

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C H A P T E R  19

Troubleshooting

This chapter is designed to help you track down some of those elusive problems that take up so much of a web designer’s time. It covers the most common problems and testing methods. Problems not covered by this chapter can usually be solved by running the problem page through the W3C validator or by posting the problem into a search engine.

Testing Your Pages

Install the five main browsers—Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera—on your computer. Put their icons on the desktop and test your pages in each browser as you work. If you are using IE 9 you will need the IETester tool to test web sites in IE 6, IE 7, and IE 8. Or you could test with XP and IE 8 on another computer.

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