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Screen resolution issue

Discussion in 'Web Design Forum' started by Lafaso870, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. Lafaso870

    Lafaso870 Banned

    I have designed website, it looks perfect in my pc but when i check to another pc and also on another browser, it looks different like images are not in their place. what should we do for browser compatibility?
  2. Victorious

    Victorious New Member

    Code it properly :laugh2
  3. Sogo7

    Sogo7 New Member

    Oh man that's harsh.. true but harsh

    Lafaso870, you need to look at some of the CSS tutorials that can be found online, places like W3schools and Tizag are good places to learn the basics.

    You can test to see how your design looks on other web browsers using the free service provided by Browsershots.org
  4. James1987

    James1987 New Member


    Browser Compatibility is the most difficult stage of web development and at the same time it is the most important one as well. So I think the online tutorial "W3SCHOOL" is the best option to sort out this issue.
  5. kathygreen

    kathygreen New Member


    I would agree with james, browser compatibility is very tough, but there are available tools free online which could help you check this.

  6. G.Weaver

    G.Weaver New Member

    I wouldn't go beyond 960px wide if you're building a fixed website. This is a safe width which will work on most screens. I would also be careful with other browser display issues (IE7,8) which could cause a problem if your code isn't water tight.

    Or you can build a liquid width site but that might be a bit more tricky figuring out how items on your page will expand or contract when the browser is scaled.
  7. fredrikrob

    fredrikrob New Member

    First of all you must try adding
    at the top of your html page. Most probably it issue because of this code. Mainly its the issue with IE.

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