Compat Inspector for Internet Explorer 10 is now available

Will your website look the same when people start browsing it in Internet Explorer 10? To find out, you can use the just released IE10 Compat Inspector.

Compat Inspector for Internet Explorer 10 is now available from Microsoft. You can use Compat Inspector to quickly identify if the  new Internet Explorer platform changes will affect your website.

To find out, run Compat Inspector on any page experiencing problems and check out for messages explaining potential problems and steps you could take to help resolve the issues.

Compat Inspector is nothing but a JavaScript-based testing tool that will analyze your website and report patterns of interaction which could cause potential issues in recent modes. It will allow you to identify problems quickly without memorizing any documentation or searching through the entirety of your site’s code.

Compat Inspector is designed to help folks who are managing websites, migrating to Internet Explorer 9 or 10 and not those running in legacy modes.

You can get more details on it at MSDN Blogs.

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