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Old December 18th, 2009, 06:50 AM
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IE Problems

Hi,

I'm fairly new to CSS but one thing that's really driving me to distraction is I design a site on my mac - it looks exactly how I intend in Safari & Firefox - I then look at it in IE on a PC and my design is all over the place.

Are there any steps you can suggest, I can take to make my sites more cross-browser compatible.

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Old September 16th, 2010, 02:46 AM
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You can have a look as well at Flexi CSS Layouts - a Dreamweaver Extension that help you create Css layouts in Dreaweaver without coding. The code works the same in all browsers including IE6

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Hi there,

Probably the best thing you can do is run the W3C CSS Validator on your stylesheet. This is probably the best tool for detecting any errors/ browswer compatibility issues in your code. W3C creates standards on which all html and css should be written so that it is compatible on (some) older browsers and across operating systems.

So give it a go, and if you are still having issues let us know and we can have a look. =)

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thanks!

Hi Thunder thanks for the suggestion.

I checked all my sites with the validator and only one returned with a problem:

#footer p Value Error : font too few values for the property font : normal normal

#footer a Value Error : font too few values for the property font : normal normal

Am I correct in thinking that if I put font : normal in #footer it will take care of the p & a below it?
(ie I need not repeat it in #footer p & #footer a)

Hope that makes sense

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That's correct, it will inherit from the top level attribute. Unless you have defined it elsewhere. You can also try the (X)HTML Validator to see if the problem is in the html rather than the css. But otherwise, can you send over some links or files??

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You should be uninstall your ie i sure your site looking same as safari and Mozilla Firefox.

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Tested on IE is the most difficult, that true

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