One would almost certainly be forgiven for thinking that given the vast array of tools that web developers have at their disposal, there would be one single tool that would allow you to accurately test for all browsers.
Unfortunately this is not the case.
Modern browsers are being updated regularly, which increasingly makes for a more seamless testing experience. But at the time of writing, us developers and designers still have to cross swords with Internet Explorer and its older versions. Support for IE6 was dropped at the turn of the year and our main battle now lies with IE7. Although The Internet Explorer 7 Countdown currently reports that worldwide usage is now around the 4% mark, although different regions report higher figures than others which requires us to support IE7 for just that little bit longer, fingers crossed.
There are numerous tools that are available to test IE7 from simulators and web based solutions through to legacy versions and here I’m going to run through what I’ve used in the past and what I’m currently using now to get the best possible results.