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web site is compatible with Chrome but not with other browser

Omkar G. Deshmukh
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what should i do to make it compatible . Please tell me some sites from where i can learn this process.
Eric Pascarello
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It is impossible to answer your question. We do not know what your code looks like.

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Bear Bibeault
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What's "not working"? What other browsers? If it it works in Chrome, it's also likely to work in Firefox and Safari.

You need to address each problem, and should also be incrementally testing in all browsers as you go along.


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Omkar G. Deshmukh
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i used float property to adjust position of two tables one is to right and other to left but not getting this is IE BROWSER
Jaikiran Pai
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Omkar G. Deshmukh wrote:i used float property to adjust position of two tables one is to right and other to left

And what does the actual code look like? And what exactly isn't working in IE browser? What's it rendering?

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Omkar G. Deshmukh
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i have one link in page to which i have given white color. but IE browser dont show this white color.
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As Jaikiran noted, you are going to need to show some code to get help. The first step is to make a small example that illustrates the problem. Can you make an HTML that uses just that feature (or just a few features) and post the HTML/CSS here?


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Omkar G. Deshmukh
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home.html--




MyNewCss1.css---




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So, what's the problem? Exactly.
Omkar G. Deshmukh
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in IE i am not getting white color to 'About Us' link name.
Bear Bibeault
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Why are you using both deprecated font tags and CSS? Choose one or other other. (And don't choose font tags.)
Omkar G. Deshmukh
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actually sir i got the solution i just replaced that #FFF with "white ". now IE showing white color to the About Us link. Thanks all of you for sharing Your knowledge with me.
Omkar G. Deshmukh
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i used font tag to give different color to diff links . can it be possible with css. i tried but not got thats why i used font tag.
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Yes, you can do it with CSS. You should not be using deprecated tags like <font>.
 
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