. . . run Compat Inspector on any page experiencing problems. Then watch for messages explaining potential issues and steps you can take to resolve them. -- Tony Ross
If IE changes will affect my site?! When doesn't anything in IE does not affect anyone's site? --Rob
Another commenter takes this grievance a step further, pinpointing some persistent problems within IE that essentially require hacks to be applied to the browser . . .
IE will not be respected as a modern, standards based browser as long as IE continues to merge items into the same namespace if the NAME and ID attributes are similar. They have **NEVER** been part of the same namespace, and **NEVER** should be - they represent 2 massively different concepts... ID's are unique, singular values on any element.... NAME's are groups of "n" element(s), for things like form elements. --Greg
Perhaps Greg is making a valid point here, as a strong browser should not require a troubleshooter created solely for identifying it's own problems. Follow the link to Compat Inspector, and let us know what you think below.