How to make browser compatible website? RRS feed

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  • how to make browser compatible website.I will provide the sample In google chrome its perfect not IE and Mozila is there any code to make compatible.

    1.First Pic in Chrome

    2.In IE

    Friday, November 22, 2013 7:00 AM

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  • Screenshots don't give us enough to work with; you should provide a link to the page so that we can see the source code to give you a specific answer, including where to change your code or CSS.

    Given only those too-small screen shots to work with, and without seeing the source code/CSS, and assuming that you're talking about the Contact info (since you didn't bother to specify what your issue is), it appears that you have a float drop issue. You can either increase your container width (or decrease your content info width) a few pixels at a time until the Contact section pops back up to the desired position.

    IE, all versions, in my experience, tends to be much more ticky about pixel dimensions of floated elements. Most other browsers will work just fine with elements which add up to the container's width, oftentimes IE will experience this float drop until you either decrease the floated items' width or increase the container's width.


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    Friday, November 22, 2013 7:28 AM
  • Here is the link
    Friday, November 22, 2013 7:33 AM
  • Well, firstly, the site uses frames. Bad idea. Very bad idea. Nobody uses frames any more.

    Search engines cannot index the site because there are no real pages to index. The only part of the site they can see is the 14 lines of code that holds the frames. Your site will never display in search results because the content is unavailable to the search engines. All of your trainng listings, your descriptions, your contact information, etc. is invisible.

    Also, nobody is able to link directly to any of your pages because of the frames.

    Use a DWT or Includes to control the standard parts of the site (headers, footers, menus, etc.) and create real pages for everything.

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    Friday, November 22, 2013 1:39 PM
  • By the way, the general answer to "how to make a browser compatible site" is:  preview in all of them, find the differences, figure out how to fix the significant differences (ignore the rest).  Learn why they were different, and remember why.

    In short: there is no general rule.  You can ask here for specific help, but  it's up to you, as a website designer, to learn the differences.

    Friday, November 22, 2013 3:02 PM