My site works differently in different browsers *Internet Explorer and FireFox* and I'm looking for someone to make it work the same in all the browsers. I think this would be an easy request for those that knows why happens :)
In Firefox you will see that there is no gap above the banner and in the News Center. Plus you can chat in the shoutbox and hit send to make the chat go through HOWEVER everything else doesn't look as nice as it does in Interent Explorer.
In Internet Explorer, you will see a gap above the banner and one in the News Center. And when you go to chat in the chatbox you have to press send to make the chat go though, you can't hit the enter button like you can in FireFox. This is annoying for a lot of my members
I'm sure someone out there can probably can just insert a code or something...I like how things work in FireFox but the neatness of how things are in Internet Explorer.
Please get back to me and I can show you the site.
Thanks in advance.
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The site itself is running on Linux platform and I need it to work in Internet Explorer, it just works in FireFox.