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I want to know how can i accomplish browser comptability
 
I make pages using and inside them i use
,for eg i make a login page with two text boxes and one button,on IE it works fine,the button is displayed just below the textboxes but on google chrome or Firefox the button appears at left side of the page
 

The same thing happened with other controls like label etc
 
How can i control this so that in each browser it shows same display?
Posted 2-Mar-11 20:07pm
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AlbinAbel at 3-Mar-11 1:10am
   
You may need to show the markup and css you are using. That helps to get better answer
Sunasara Imdadhusen at 3-Mar-11 1:15am
   
You should provide CSS and HTML code for that!
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Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Mar-11 2:31am
   
Useful links! 5+
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Solution 1

How can i control this so that in each browser it shows same display?
By following W3C standards! All the browsers try to make sure that they follow them.
Look here for them: W3C standards[^]
 
Use CSS stylesheets in compliance with W3C standard and you should be able to have same look and feel in all the browsers.
 
More to read: Wiki: Standards-compliant[^]
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