Many a times, IE7 stands out from the group of modern web-browsers owing to its notorious incompatibility with many a standard HTML/CSS/JS. In this article, we are seeing the following case of incompatibility: CSS border for Select (Drop down) element does not work.
Many a times, IE7 stands out from the group of modern web-browsers owing to its notorious incompatibility with many a standard HTML/CSS/JS. In this article, we are seeing the following case of incompatibility: In IE7, the CSS 'border-collapse' does not override cell spacing related tags.
Cross browser compatibility is one of the most important concerns of an HTML/CSS developer. Here’s how you can easily add shadow effect to your div blocks with cross-browser compatible CSS. Simply add the below code to the div to which the effect is to be added. You can change the size, strength and direction of the shadow in all browsers, except for IE, in which you can change only the strength and direction of the shadow.
XHTML Validation serves the purpose of rechecking our site to see if it follows the W3C standards. It not only ensures quality, but also teaches us good coding practices and thereby eases maintenance. Validating one's code before taking it live serves as a sign of good professionalism in a coder's career.
It is required of every Drupal developer to keep ahead of common browser compatibility issues. IE is probably the most notorious browser in any drupal developer’s dictionary.
For any site - be it Drupal or non-Drupal, this is most probably due to simple mistakes made while entering attributes. Let us see one very common case where a simple mistake can cause glaring issues:
We usually see the css given something like this. We do not see any glaring issue in the class defined below.