As a web development company we completely understand and acknowledge that due to the distributed nature of the Internet and its users we cannot assume that everyone is using the latest version of their web browser.
A classic example of this is Internet Explorer; take up of IE7 and IE8 has been relatively slow, indeed many large organisations are still using IE6 and refuse to budge.
Because of this it is, sadly, important that your website still looks and works OK in an older browser; the problem is how do you install IE6, IE7 and IE8 on the same computer in order to test them?
Fortunately the great chaps at DebugBar have developed an all-in-one tool that enables you to do just that, enter: IETester.
This handy little tool enables you to view separate browser tabs that are rendering as if they are either IE5.5, IE6, IE7 or IE8. Great for testing your website.
Another tool that gives you an idea of whether your website is looking good or bad in browsers that you simply do not have access to is BrowserShots.
Simply enter the URL of your website and it will generate screen shots of your site in a whole host of different browsers and Operating Systems.