Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-22 Thread Michael MD
James Leslie wrote: You could try using a plug-in such as HTML validator for Firefox that will put a little icon on the bottom right of your firefox browser to show you if a page is valid or not and it will show you errors too. It uses the HTML tidy software

Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-22 Thread Breton Slivka
It's a bit pedantic, but it's actually IE that has this wrong. Since Firefox's ecmascript implementation is the basis for the ecmascript standard- any deviation from firefox that IE exhibits is by definition breaking the standard. Cute eh? On Nov 22, 2007 10:12 AM, Karl Lurman [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-21 Thread Lars Michael Sørensen
I would begin by installing Firebug and Yslow extensions in FF. There's also a HTML validator based on Tidy that could be handy, but you get the same level of validation w/ Firebug so no need to install both (although I happen to have). Other extensions worth having: Web developer Toolbar. I

RE: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-21 Thread James Leslie
Hi Chris, That seems like an odd scenario to me, firefox is pretty tight compared to IE I thought, but I'll take your word for it :-) You could try using a plug-in such as HTML validator for Firefox that will put a little icon on the bottom right of your firefox browser to show you if a page is

Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-21 Thread Chris Price
James Leslie wrote: You could try using a plug-in such as HTML validator for Firefox that will put a little icon on the bottom right of your firefox browser to show you if a page is valid or not and it will show you errors too. It uses the HTML tidy software

Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-21 Thread David Laakso
Chris Price wrote: I build websites on a Mac and have to check my websites on another machine in order to view them in IE. I experience the usual issues with IE applying css differently than Firefox but my biggest frustrations, lately, have come from errors in my html that Firefox has

Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-21 Thread Kurt Lovelace
James' advice is it -- there are gobs of plug-ins for FireFox. There are plug-ins to not only validate HTML but whole singular toolkits for working with the entire plethora of site spewage: cookies, CSS, images, links, Id tags, div orders, stack levels, anchors, block sizes, frames,

Re: [WSG] Firefox is a pushover

2007-11-21 Thread Karl Lurman
Firefox is also a little naughty when it comes to Javascript parsing. A friend of mine pointed out how he always gets caught out when declaring objects in JSON: var JsonObject{ objectFunction:function() { // blah }, // extra comma here... } Firefox will happily parse this