|06-04-2006, 04:06 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Manchester, NH
Designing for browser compatibility?
Help needed, please:
I already know that Firefox 1.5 and MSIE 6 don't always render CSS-formatted pages the same way, which is a friggin' nuisance. A check of my own website's user logs shows that for this year, about 88% of the non-bot hits have come from browsers that should be CSS2 compliant: Firefox, IE6, IE5, Mozilla 5. IE6 accounts for 71% of all visitors, all by itself. The two names in the top ten list that concern me are Safari (no version information given) and Opera 8.5. I know nothing about either one. How reliably CSS-compliant are they?
What level of browser do you folks design for? How often do you get user complaints about browsers that don't render CSS websites correctly?
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