Working with other browsers
I’ve designed my website (http://obliviouslyyours.com/blog) in Internet Explorer, and I’ve finally gotten to the point where it looks *exactly* how I want it to…in IE. Now, I KNOW my coding is pretty much–well–atrocious (I fear running it through the validator must be coronary-inducing to you PHP gods), but as a 17-year-old girl just having a bit of fun, I have to admit that I really don’t care so long as it looks presentable and runs fairly well. In IE, I have somehow accomplished that feat, but when I looked at the page through Firefox last night it was an absolute disaster. Something funny happened to the scrolling and div layers and text size and…ugh, just ugh.
I haven’t tried Netscape or AOL or anything else, but I would imagine it’s a similar reaction in different browsers and due to my shoddy coding…but honestly I have no idea where to start. I don’t know much about Firefox — does it not take div layers well or something? If you take a quick look through the validator can you spot the BIG mistake that’s making it do this?
Before I posted this I searched and found a topic that said you should design things in Firefox first and THEN go to “the beast” IE…but it’s kind of too late for that now and I am very, very weary of this — honestly at this point I’m almost tempted to just say “Too bad!” and shrug my shoulders. There wouldn’t be a semi-quick way to solve this, by any chance, would there?
I really appreciate your patience, and any help would be extremely appreciated. Thank you from the bottom of my newbie soul.
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