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Website not optimized for multiple browsers

Good day. my name if floie. our in hourse web developer has resigned and i am the one taking care of our website which he left. i have updated the every pages in ms frontpage. when i run the site using IE, it appears ok however when i use opera, mozilla firefox the graphics are misaligned and the formatting disarranged. pls help me. this is the url www.mindanao.org/preview. we will launch this site by tomorrow before closing of business.

thanks for all the help
floie.

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Hello, i saw ur problem. for alignment to center first you have to add one div tag with align property like this :
<div align="center"> after body tag, means this is next tag after body tag.

for hieght problem in page http://www.mindanao.org/preview/home.htm, please donot use any height property in maincontent class of css. this height makes static to webpage, and content's height is more than defined so it makes problem.

for script, i think this is not support to mozilla and opera so try other script because lot of scripts do not support to mozilla even though they all are right.


Posted on Jul 29, 2008

  • tribatattoos Jul 30, 2008

    hello floie, how are you, can you tell me did you do some correction as i told you. i think you should add div tag with align tag and this would work definitely.

    Bye

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