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my template is ill in IE

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  • Browsers render css differently. I would start with a good reset like Eric Meyer’s CSS Reset, or Nicolas Gallagher’s Normalize CSS.

    Also, if you want anyone to look at your site, get rid of those seizure inducing flashing banners. I closed the tab after 3 seconds of that.

    tanks
    can u tell me how?
    is my style.css have any problem?

    Though the validator is irrelevant to how a browser renders your code, it’s a great way to find problems.

    You are going to need to either learn about html and css, or hire someone who does. Any advice given here is going to assume a basic level of coding knowledge.

    Though the validator is irrelevant to how a browser renders your code, it’s a great way to find problems.

    How is it irrelevant? Although a lot of of the info on there may be useless to most, I would say pointing out invalid characters in your doctype, and missing closing tags are quite relevant to how a browser renders code.

    Especially in the case of IE, the validator will tell you exactly what is wrong. 9 times out of 10 when looking at websites, issues with the display within IE have everything to do with the code, and very little to do with the css differences.

    The other browsers all ignore that stuff…. but not good ole’ IE

    @rev. Voodoo I agree 100%.

    It’s just important to understand that the validator is a troubleshooting tool. A page can work just fine with validation errors.

    Run my semantic html5 pages through that validator, and you’ll get a ton of errors. The validator has no idea that I use Modernizr, and doesn’t recognize html5 elements. That doesn’t make my code wrong, or make IE render it differently.

    hi
    this is my blog gfxaf.com
    pleease help about wordpress

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