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If a website contains only valid css/html [ checked after w3c.org ] then it should display exactly the same on any browser correct, regardless if it is chrome or firefox or whatever?
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Kyle Hamilton earned 2000 total points
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no. different browsers support different features. and sometimes implemt them differently. especially IE, and even worse older versions of IE.

modern browsers are getting more and more consistent though.

form elements are espacially different across briwsers as well as platforms.
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thanks
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