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Thread: [RESOLVED] Alignment issues in Firefox and IE

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    resolved [RESOLVED] Alignment issues in Firefox and IE

    Hi there i'm new to this forum and new as a developer.

    I have an issue of alignment in my website, when I open the website in chrome the alignment of the navigation links is perfect but when I open it in Firefox or IE the links extend out from the right side of the desired space. Here is the link to the website i'm developing www.webqasiws.rshade.in

    Any help will be really helpful.

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    I donno why that link is not working, try webqasiws.rshade.in

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    The URL was unreachable for me...

    Is your CSS validating fully?

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    Did you tried this URL without www
    webqasiws.rshade.in

    Ya i'm sure my CSS is validating fully.

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    Please anyone help me, I need to get this resolved.

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    Anyone?

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    Hi,

    I didn't see any alignment problem in IE / Firefo but HTML Validation in Firefox failed with a lot of errors. Also, the links are not targeting due to syntax errors. Recheck the code please....

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    I opened it in FF, IE, and Chrome and offhand I didn't see a difference.

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    it doesnt open!

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    I donno how you guys are not able to see the alignment problem, here is a screenshot of how it looks in Mozilla, I have highlighted the problem with red circle.
    <img src="http://i435.photobucket.com/albums/qq79/adils_003/Untitled-2-1.jpg">

    And the website is still under construction so there will be syntax errors and few links wont work.

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    Dude,

    Check the width in your CSS sheet and the main code. Your px calculation in the CSS differs with the em numbers noted in the code.

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    Dude, I know it can be solved by changing the width. But the problem is if I decreased the width then it wont display correctly in chrome. The above screenshot is of Mozilla.

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    Dude,

    Have a simple Browser check script and add your CSS accordingly... Why specifically do only for Chrome when others are also equally important?

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    if there are errors in your code, different browsers will react differently. Fix the bugs, then worry about how nice it looks!!!

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