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    Full Member tylercruz is on a distinguished road
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    Cross browser compatibility

    So who here actually codes their sites in mind for multiple browsers and resolutions? I don't really code any of my sites anymore, but I always try to make sure my designers make it cross browser and resolution compatible as possible - what about you?
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    Active Member WorldBuilder is on a distinguished road
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    Personally, I do. It's critical in order to ensure maximum viewing compatibility for all. I generally code for current and once previous generation versions of FF, Opera, and NS, as well as IE 5 & 6.

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    Cross-net site for all Web browsers support, Web applications, HTML or client script refers to the ability. And in many cases, disrupt long-term cross-browser and more. Maruchiburauza are some of the work means that some Web browsers. Cross works with all versions of some browsers, all means that the network existed.

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