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Hello Experts,

I was wondering what is the best way to test an ASP website on multiple browsers to check if everything is OK before deployment? I would appreciate your opinion on free services/software, or even on paying services/software but that deliver a good service.
Please tell me what you use to do for testing your own websites.

Thanks,

jppinto
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I test on Firefox 3, IE7, IE6 and Safari on a Mac. I'll have to start testing on IE8 soon as well, but that covers about 99% of average visitors.

I have IE7 installed on my PC and use VM Ware to check with IE6
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