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Form loses structure in diferents browsers with Smartformer gold for joomla

Someone has utilize the plugin smartformer gold for joomla.
I have a problem, and I do not if this is a problem of the my structure or is the incompatibility with different browser.
Here is:
I have made a large form: I was working on it on Firefox, and this looks ok, but when I open the same form on IE the form is distorted.
I have made the form with some DIVS and on it there some radio button, the radio button appears more up and other more down, the divs appears on top of each other.
Again someone has a solution, or this is a problem of the sfg plugin?
Thanks.
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plus_ec
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user_nCommented:
The problem may be that the contents of the divs are larger than the place for the div. And if the html code is not correctly written. You can check whether the page is correctly written with

http://www.webdevout.net/articles/webdev-tools
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/web-developer/
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plus_ecAuthor Commented:
Thank but actually, I was using this add-on on firefox, and I was using the developer tools on IE 9 beta, But I do not see any error, ok, this has many error but none about smartformer pluging,  I think that is a problem of the Smartformer Gold plugin.

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plus_ecAuthor Commented:
Having no more options, I was trying to find the answer to my way with a cool head, and I recently finish my proyect.
The time to present this proyect has ended. so, I used another method to get this works.
I forced the user to use Firefox with this code:
var bname = navigator.appName;
var bcode = navigator.appCodeName;
var bplat = navigator.platform;
var bagen = navigator.userAgent;

if (bname == "Microsoft Internet Explorer")
   {
alert("Estas usando " + bname + "\n. Por favor usa el navegador Mozilla Firefox" + "\n. Existen problemas de incompatibilidad" + "\n. Gracias por tu comprensiĆ³n", function(){ location.href="1.html"; } );
   }
   
else
   {
if (bagen== "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/9.0.597.98 Safari/534.13")
   {
alert("Estas usando Google Chrome"+ "\n. Por favor usa el navegador Mozilla Firefox" + "\n. Existen problemas de incompatibilidad" + "\n. Gracias por tu comprensiĆ³n", function(){ location.href="1.html"; } );
   }
else
   {
if (bcode == "Mozilla")
   {
   }
else
{
alert("Estas usando un navegador no apropiado para este sistema" + bname + "\n. Por favor usa el navegador Mozilla Firefox" + "\n. Existen problemas de incompatibilidad", function(){ location.href="1.html"; } );
   }
   }
}

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Hi, sorry for accept my own comment as solution, but any expert comment was useful to resolved my question.
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plus_ecAuthor Commented:
Having no more options, I was trying to find the answer to my way with a cool head, and I recently finish my proyect.
The time to present this proyect has ended. so, I used another method to get this works.
I forced the user to use Firefox with this code:
Sorry for accept my own comment as solution, but any expert comment was useful to resolved my question.
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