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Browser compatibility & viewability

Posted on 2010-11-30
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Can anyone share the link or tutorial to solve browser compatible issues.

Does the site looks in different sizes in different moniters ?. If so how to code site compatible in all screens ..

Please guide me .. i am struck in middle now.
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Question by:willdoit
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I use http://layouts.ironmyers.com/, and have had very very little headache (even with IE6).
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by:s8web
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If you can provide a link to your live site, we can probably help you more.
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by:Zado
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I use this tool to check comptatibility, it's free, it's good and very easy to use:
http://browsershots.org/
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
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Which browser are your  using ??
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by:Zado
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Please grant the points and close the question, thanks :-)
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To be clear here: I'm not asking for grant the points to me, but generally.
If you have a problem with any suggestion from experts or nothing works with your expectation, please let us know, so we will continue work on solution for you, thanks.
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by:willdoit
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I am looking for the list of common problems in browser wise in a comparitive model.
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The short and simple is... most browsers work about the same, and Internet Explorer is it's own beast.  Usually, I develope a website and check it in my favorite non-IE browser(s).  Then, when you are all done, you open up IE, give IE it's own stylesheet (using IE conditional comments), get a bottle of whiskey, and start fixing IE-related problems.
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@Designbyonyx:

Great answer :)
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