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I am looking for "Add to Favourite" button code to place on my website which will work on IE, Opera, Chrome, Safari, Firefox. Can you provide me any such code with cross browser compatibility ?
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niwell,

There isn't code that will do it for all browsers and some browsers don't provide any way to do it.  IE does but most of the others don't.  In fact IE is the only one I can remember for sure but there may be scripts or  methods for some others.  It is all different though because doing it isn't part of html or some "specification" but something allowed by the browser.  There is no universally accepted way to do it or requirement for it.

Let me know if you have any questions or need more information.

b0lsc0tt
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Did you still have a question or need some help with this?  If so let me know.  I am confused by the B grade.  SInce there was no response posted it would seem my comment provided a complete answer.  In that case an A grade is appropriate.  If there was a mistake or you have a question about grading on EE then let me know.  It is easy to correct mistakes or I will be glad to explain.  Otherwise please respond to explain the grade.  It is best to always give the expert a chance to earn the A grade and when there is no reply it would seem it is earned. :)
I'm glad I could help and thanks for the fun question.
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I am agree with you. I opted for B grade instinctively may be because I did not got any solution to my query. But I agree that I should have given you grade A as your reply was correct.
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I am ready to give you grade A if there is an option to correct it.
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