i just made a big oopsie. i just realized that i did my whole website with firefox in mind. all of my css works fine with firefox but when i pull it up on ie...it looks ghastly. so i'm left to do either of two things: either fix the css so that it looks better or should i just do a script that detects the browser and changes the css according to the browser. has anybody done this? is this even worth doing? any other ideas?
any input regarding this topic would be much appreciative since i have to put this website up soon.
i've noticed in my personal experience in working with CSS and making the code compatable for both firefox and ie that you have to define the hell out of the div's. ie. define the exact height, width, margins, padding, borders and anything else.
I think that I will use that javasccript code myself when I will reedit my web site soon. I'm tired of looking for css codes that work well in IE and FF and any others browser that I see fit to test with. Too much time lost for everything when you can juste change the code with some scripts.
Thanks for the tips. That will help me a lot to increase the quality of my web site.
I think that I will have a lot of thinking to do about width right now since I used what looked the best for now. My web site will finally rocks!!!!
I have FF and I.E. but I like more I.E. than FF beacause Fire Fox is that good in holding tables and div but there's one thing good in FF it loads faster than I.E.