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hi all,
i am working on a project that is completed and launched on server.i developed the project in asp.net and on firefox 3.6,crome 11 and ie 5,6 on which the site is working properly but its aesthetically not proper in ie8,firefox 5.if u feel u can check on "http://www.gayatriinternational.net"[^].
when i click on any product say flour then instead of flour info page i get only the flour image that too in a blank page and i can't even go back from that page to my site i need star the all over again.
plz Help me to solve this cross browser,multiple version (website view problem)of an browser.i have searched many links but i didnt got proper solution.if possible also guide me which browser supports which tag.
kindly help me for the same
thankQ.
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Updated 21-Aug-11 20:44pm
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Sadly, it is not as simple as tag compatibility, none of the browsers implement the DOM properly and most render in slightly different ways, so there is no single solution. The thing to do is to decide which browsers you want to support: IE, Firefox Chrome and Safari are the obvious choices, but you also need to work out which versions of these you want to support. Then you need to try your page out on each, historically, IE was the quirkiest (still is IMO, but much better than it was), so a website written for that won't necessarily render in other browsers well. The rule of thumb is that the simpler you keep the HTML and as long as you style with CSS you have a better chance of success, your rendered HTML looks pretty good, though things like widths are better defined in css.

I skimmed this[^] and it seems to be a good guide as to where to start.

Your site renders OK in IE9 by the way, have you used HTML5 or CSS3 by any chance?
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 22-Aug-11 20:56pm    
Sad but true, my 5.
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