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Thanks for this useful post. You have solved most of my problems on CSS templates issues. The details of codes given by you have solved the compatibility issues with different browsers, mostly Firefox and Safari etc. Wish you best of success as a popular template designer.volomike wrote:To get good browser compatibility, I start with Blueprint CSS (the link moves, so Google for it) and learn the grid system, then tweak from there with relative positioning. But then the tweaks look differently sometimes in different browsers, so I follow the Blueprint CSS with this:
So, beyond Blueprint CSS, this extra bit of code then gives me a DEFAULT.CSS that applies to all browsers (including FF and Safari), an IE6.css, an IE7.css (for IE7 and up), and an OPERA.css for all versions of Opera.
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By using this technique, it really has cut down on my cross-platform testing considerably, although all pages still require a short look-over in other browsers.
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