Free on-line test: Your pages in Explorer 5.5, 6, 7, 8Do you create web pages and need to test them in Internet Explorer 5.5, IE 6, IE 7 or IE 8? And you probably don’t want to install more Internet Explorers together as it is complicated and not very reliable. What is the solution? Try NetRenderer – an online application able to render your pages in all main versions of Internet Explorer – in a few seconds and for free.
: Free online renderer of webpages in Internet Explorer 5.5, 6, 7 and 8.
The service was originally intended mainly as a technology demonstration, but there was so much positive feedback, that authors decided to make it publicly available. They are currently delivering about 10,000 screenshots each day and the numbers are showing a steady upward trend.How you can use it
NetRenderer allows you to check how a website is rendered by Internet Explorer 8, 7, 6 or 5.5, as seen from a high speed datacenter located in Germany. Just type in a URL in the appropriate field and try it. (For Explorer 8 they use IE8 RC1 – release candidate 1 and you can expect upgrades when available).
Unlike other screenshot services, NetRenderer is able to process a large number of capturing jobs in parallel and in realtime, making it the fastest service that we know of. You may read a lot of user comments on the NetRenderer website as well and you can see web developers like it. As much as we do.A few remarks
This web rendering tool is ideally suited for web designers working on Apple iMac and Linux workstations, but not only for them. If you use Windows you probably have installed one version of Explorer – and here are the other ones. The service allows you to verify web designs natively on all popular Internet Explorer versions, without the need to set aside several physical or virtual Microsoft Windows PCs just for that purpose.
(30. 3. 2009 | editors)