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Website Cross Browser Issues

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#1 ChapperZHTID


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Posted 30 November 2009 - 11:15 AM

Hello There :-)

I have a website at www.djchapperz.co.uk and it works in firefox as far as i am aware but it plays up in IE and other browsers. I have used a website called www.browsershots.org in order to see what my site looks like in other browsers.

The HTML and CSS code is valid as i have done checks through the validating website.

My source code can be found at

Index = www.djchapperz.co.uk/index.html

CSS = www.djchapperz.co.uk/images/Ablaze.css

If someone don't mind i would be grateful if you could edit my code in order to work in all browsers. My website is based on 1 page only.

If you need any more information please contact me i appreciate any advice/help you can give me.

Thank you in advance


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#2 groovicus


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Posted 30 November 2009 - 12:48 PM

If someone don't mind i would be grateful if you could edit my code in order to work in all browsers. My website is based on 1 page only.

Your request indicates that you may have misinterpreted the purpose of this particular section of the forums. We would be happy to help answer specific questions; that is the purpose of a forum. If you want a contributor to your project, then I would recommend a site like SourceForge. If you have a question about dynamically adding click listeners to buttons created using javascript, I'm your man. If you need help traversing your DOM, or doing script injection, then I'm there for you.

I apologize for my previous (now deleted) comments because they were not helpful. Troubleshooting cross browser issues sucks, so I took yours as a request to have someone do your crap work for you.

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