Cross-browser compatibility - Same browsers rendering differently for different users
Is there any reason why my site would render properly in IE8, 9, and Chrome (all same versions) on my machine, and then render differently on another machine?
I have attached screenshots of a site I'm developing. These shots are from my client. In all three cases, this site renders just fine on my end using the same exact browsers.
My client also tells me that font colors are not showing up properly in the latest version of Safari, when they show up just fine on my machine.
Any direction would be very helpful. Very urgent.
<header> not loading in IE and FF
Happy to stumble across this website in hope that I can have help with my coding issue.
Just started working at this company and when they found out I used to design websites, I subsequently took over re-designing their website from an outside guy. Most of it was done, but changes and converting A LOT to CSS was what I mostly worked on. It's been more than a few years since I've coding a site, so I'm sure I've missed something along the way here.
margin problem in firefox , internet explorer despite using reset
I am CSS beginner. I am trying to create a full width layout.
So i have set width to 100% and reset the margin,padding and border to 0 , as has been explained in so many tutorials to have the "reset effect".
BUT despite doing the "reset" i am getting some margin around my text in both the browsers.
I am testing currently in following browsers:
Firefox 14.0.1 and IE 9
OS used is: win 7 (64 bit)
The HTML and CSS code is as follows:
How to create rounded corner div without css3
In our Website , i want rounded corner div, currently i am trying to use images with corner.But it is affecting webpage downloading time.And when i am using css3 then there is broser issue in Internet Explorer.
So Plz help me to display rounded corner div using simple css,
sorry for pure english.
And Thanks in advance
Broken layout in IE9 but IE8 is fine, can anyone give me some helps?
I'm confusing about the Header's layout rendered in Ie8(and other modern browsers) is fine, but not in ie9, and the CSS seems to not displayed in ie9 well... I really don't know how to fix it...what I'm thinking is that possibly relative to the "float" property ? or the hasLayout problem? (I am sorry for some reason that i don't have the full original code right now.)
here's the css code: