Msg#: 4518675 posted 9:18 am on Nov 13, 2012 (gmt 0)
I am very new to web design and i have this current project that i am working on right now.
My task is to have the website, [example.com], compatible with all browsers and platforms, i.e IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, including mobile devices, etc.
My problem is that the design lay-out of the website changes and varies with each browsers, especially with the alignment of the menus and buttons. Is there a way that i could fix this issue without having to calibrate the website for each browsers?
I really appreciate your help and feedback on this.
[edited by: brotherhood_of_LAN at 11:44 am (utc) on Nov 13, 2012] [edit reason] avoid mentioning personal sites when the question doesnt need it... thanks [/edit]
Msg#: 4518675 posted 9:49 am on Nov 23, 2012 (gmt 0)
Responsive Layouts are not going to sort browser bugs. Validating your CSS/HTML and using a reset will.
Responsive / mobile first design, will however, enable your site to work on a variety of screen sizes an resolutions - but takes a lot more work (like another 50% on top of the design/front-end budget).