When I did web design I always test in Firefox first. If it works in Firefox, it probably works in all browsers except IE (maybe with very minor tweaks).
Then occasionally I test in IE, and apply idiocies. For more complex sites, I would probably just detect IE, and show a message telling the user to go get a real browser.
Just a tip: By pressing alt + print screen, you capture only the current window and not your entire screen.
There was a company in my town that had such a message on their website. They were having a hard time figuring out why their web ordering system was a "dead fish"... I pointed out the problem for them, they removed the message and their online sales doubled the first week.
Originally Posted by cyberfish
Rule #1 in retail sales: "Never p iss. off the customer".
Rule #2 in retail sales: "Never tell the customer to p iss off".
(With apologies to the mods for going around the word censor... the message just isn't carried with ..... in the middle.)