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How do I make my website fit all the browsers ?

 
 
Reply Tue 28 Apr, 2009 07:45 pm
I am building my website using HTML. The problem that it looks good on one browser and not on the other. For example, on FireFox looks good, but when I use Explorer I do not see the bottom on the site, it will cut it. On the other hand, when I use Google Chrome, I will see the whole site with blank -empty- space in the bottom. The problem, if I increase the height, in order to look good in Explorer, then the blank space will increase in chrome.

It must be a solution for that, would you please help me.


Thanks
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Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Tue 21 Jul, 2009 11:23 am
@ammaryameen,
Without seeing the CSS code we can't give you an exact solution to your problem.

However you might want to consider using a CSS framework so that you don't even need to bother learning the intricacies of cross-browser CSS layout. Some good options are:

Blueprint CSS
Yahoo YUI
OOCSS
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