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Resolution problem

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Hello to all
I really want to get rid of the resolution problem from my web site.
is there any element i need to apply in the css style sheet.
Also have problem with alignment of my different <P>
my alignment became a mess in firefox while it is good in IE.
Sep 16 '08 #1
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You'll have to provide sufficient information -- the compete CSS and HTML -- better yet, would be to put the page on a public server and just supply a clickable link to it (anyone can then view the CSS).

In the meantime, code to compliant browsers: Firefox, Opera, and Safari. It's the IEs that get stuff wrong (and may need correction). Not vice versa.
Sep 16 '08 #2

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without seeing what you have done so far ... which layout (tables divs whatever), which css-properties you used, fixed and/or relative sizes etc. it is really hard to give you an advice ... show an example of what is wrong so that an expert may help you with your problem.

a note: developing a site with IE as a reference and adapting this code to standards is much more pain then using a standards-compliant browser and then, when you are done, adapting some things for IE ... you currently expierience this for your own :) ... using IE as a reference typically leads to a use of too much IE-specific stuff and you often have to recode a lot for the other browsers. using more strict standards first and 'fix' or better 'hack' them for IE where IE fails ... is often less to do ...

kind regards

PS: should have typed a bit faster :) ... you were first David :)
Sep 16 '08 #3

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