How to make a cross-browser compatible website?

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What are the standards in making a cross-browser compatible website? I had a problem in making one.

When I'm testing it in Firefox it looks fine but when I tried to view it in Internet Explorer, it looks different. Specially in floating elements. The Internet Explorer and Firefox are interpreting it differently.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80402

How to make a cross-browser compatible website?

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As a webmaster your main focus should be testing the cross browser compatibility.

Following steps should be taken to browser compatibility.

  1. Use only standardized compliant coding.
  2. Don't use browser specific  tags and features.
  3. use html and website validators such as
  4. Validate you html coding by using the W3C free validation service. Validate HTML Code- HTML Code Validators
  5. Validate your cascading style sheets using the W3C free validation service. Validate CSS Code – CSS Code Validators

The main purpose for checking cross-browser compatibility is to make sure your website can be viewed correctly in the major browsers available and have the pages render correctly. Otherwise you will start losing visitors.

Answered By 562905 points N/A #80404

How to make a cross-browser compatible website?

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Firefox has it's own feature and ways of reading the website. It has it's own codes that translate IP address to a website which uses standardized complaint coding. Computer has this DNS software installed. Her job is to translate ASCII codes into a more understandable context.

Browser uses different tags and features which validate the HTML coding. When viewing the website, it has it's own meta tags character that displays the website differently from other browser. However, it'll give you the same results, content of the websites and the characters included, video and pictures.

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