How to prevent Cross-Browser issues using CSS?
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- February 11, 2019 at 12:46 pm #53352
The site looks fine in one browser, but there are problems in another. This is almost always a problem on any web project.
1. Make sure to use a good CSS reset, such as normalize. This will “level out” variances between browsers and make them work in a more consistent way.
2. If you are doing a one-page site and you are not using a CSS framework, you should still use a reset.
3. Make sure to use relevant & supported HTML elements and CSS properties.
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