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tiger101
04-30-2011, 09:41 PM
I am currently making a website and want to make sure that the site work with all browsers. Is there a site anyones knows that can help me with the different coding which are required for the different browsers. Like for example i know in css for opacity there is a different code you need to add so it comes out right on explorer and firefox. I am looking for a source (website) which can provide me with different codes which are needed for the different browsers.

Does anyone know any good sources?

AndrewGSW
04-30-2011, 10:16 PM
I recommend QuirksMode (http://www.quirksmode.org/) highly.

but maybe the best advice is - concentrate on building it for FireFox 3+.
Then close your eyes and cross your fingers and open it in IE (7+).
Once you've convinced IE to co-operate :D it shouldn't be too traumatic to tweak it for Chrome, etc.

If you want it to work with older browsers (IE6 anyone?) then.. well.. i don't know what to advise.. apart from, best wishes :)

tiger101
05-01-2011, 05:33 AM
Thanks!!! that site was useful but it did not solve the issue i was having. i have posted a new thread with the subject "using css to hover" maybe you can assist in that.



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