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Chapo
07-24-2008, 06:06 AM
I have this huge problem with Mac and PC. I create my Web Pages in MAC, but when i view them in PC it has many wrong issues. I review everything and its the way it should be. So i don't find any reason why it looks wrong in FireFx and IE. Is their a way that i could design and look the same in Safari, FireFx and IE ?

Corrosive
07-24-2008, 04:28 PM
I have this huge problem with Mac and PC. I create my Web Pages in MAC, but when i view them in PC it has many wrong issues. I review everything and its the way it should be. So i don't find any reason why it looks wrong in FireFx and IE. Is their a way that i could design and look the same in Safari, FireFx and IE ?

Hi Chapo

All browsers are NOT the same. Welcome to the headache of web design :confused:

Chapo
07-24-2008, 04:56 PM
Should i design it in a PC instead to see the real time results ?

Corrosive
07-24-2008, 05:05 PM
Should i design it in a PC instead to see the real time results ?

No, not at all. Macs are fine for designing websites. Just remember that browsers (especially older ones) have quirks and bugs for you to work round. You can always ask here as there are a few experts on 'bug fixes'.

Best thing to do is keep trying to validate your site...
www.w3.org (http://www.w3.org)
...and use www.browsershots.org (http://www.browsershots.org) to check your designs.

:)