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Display IE-only Websites in Firefox and Chrome

How to display IE-only pages in FF and Chrome
Published by Product FRED
21 Mar 2010
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Using IETab in either Firefox or Chrome, you can open any web page in Internet Explorer, within either browser.


Download Coral IETab for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10909

Download IETab for Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/extensions...bkbammjbdenadd

Tip   Tip
To automatically make a specified website display in an Internet Explorer tab, add the URL to the Auto URL list in either browser's extension options. For example, adding http://*microsoft.com/* will make any Microsoft web page or subdomain automatically open in an IETab.



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