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How to get Cross Browser Compatibility Every Time

Yet another CSS post. The second one for today.

Cross-browser compatibility is one of the most time consuming tasks for any web designer. We’ve seen many different articles over the net describing common problems and fixes. I’ve collated all the information I could find to create some coding conventions for ensuring that your site will work first time in every browser. There are some things you should consider for Safari and Firefox also, and IE isn’t always the culprit for your CSS woes.

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2 Responses to How to get Cross Browser Compatibility Every Time

  1. Else says:

    Oh, you are right. Especially IE 6! It is one of the most terrible browsers.

  2. Imran Raza says:

    I have corporated the same in my blog http://razaimran.blogspot.com/ with more detail plus i have included the validators which might help all the webdevelopers to validate their css,htmls, javascripts, so get those links guys.

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