IE, I hate you, let me count the ways...
I've been doing a lot more web coding as of late than I have in my past. In the process I've been reading documentation and searching Google for tutorials until the cows come how. The one piece of awesome that I have encountered has to be Firebug
for Firefox. Firebug has saved my receding hairline and lots of time.
Now that I have my web app running to spec on Firefox I have had to turn my eye to that other browser... IE.
I can accept that IE doesn't like standards and that you have to use hacks here and there to support it but... Is there no script debugger for IE?
I found the developer toolkit which helps with laying out a page but I can't find anything for actual debugging of scripts and figuring out why my scripts work 100% of the time in Firefox but only 50% (if at all) in IE.
Here is one example:
I used jcarousel for jquery on a page and it works great in Firefox. When I browse to the same page with IE it does not work at all. When I browse to the jcarousel home page it works fine on IE.
I saved the page with Firefox, viewed it with IE and it worked! Now I have no idea why this is happening.
I used another PC in the house and browsed the page on the server with IE and it worked. Both PCs are Vista running the same version of IE7!
Is there a debugger or similar resource for IE that explains these things in detail?