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Answered by Alejandro Ramirez : Jun 24 2011 08:35 AM
I removed the HTML5 !DOCTYPE and found out that I was having to explicitly make another authentication call to the Facebook API to get the user logged on.
The FB.Init call I have in the code wasn... full answer >
Answered by macnlos : Apr 29 2011 10:11 AM
I would take a look at FireFox. FireFox also supports plug-ins, which add additional functionality to the browser. One of the plug-ins I've always used is IETab. If you ever run into a website ... full answer >
Answered by anoren : Nov 10 2009 05:30 PM
It depends on the testing protocol, of which there are m a n y. This article helped me to understand some, but not all, of the factors that go into a valid and robust test.
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Because Internet Explorer (at least through version 7) does not implement the W3C DOM event model, and because pure W3C DOM browsers such as Mozilla and Safari implement only the W3C DOM event model, ...