Greetings everyone, I have a question which I could use some help with. All our WebPages we are building are W3C verified, and are building only for the latest generation browsers mainly Mozilla, and IE, but we are spending a tremendous amount of time on making the pages look alike in these two browsers, for example a border around text may be longer in Mozilla, and look perfect in IE, or a picture is shifted a few pixels to the right in IE, but perfect in Mozilla. Has anyone found a method that can eliminate some of the time to make the page exactly the same in these two browsers? This is not just our internal programmers having this difficulty but other freelance web designers we work with. Another question, our WebPages are built by many people across the globe, and everyone uses a slightly different method of programming. We have narrowed it down to that everyone must use dividers and not tables, but we would like to make the use of dividers even more consistent. Some programmers set the property of dividers to absolute, while others use a normal flow style. When we spec out the WebPages to be built should we state that all pages should you a normal flow? Or is it not that big of deal? Is there any method that has been more efficient in your programming? Best Regards, Wade Willett Schools Without Limits (a nonprofit organization) P. S. Thank you for looking at our bid request. Please post a bid amount with your reply even if it only took you a few minutes. We usually accept multiple bidders in response to all the great answers we receive.
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