Why won my page display correctly in Safari, Mozilla, Firefox, Explorer, or some other browser?
. Ah… the central question defining the life and plight of a web designer… Here’s the deal. Not all web browsers follow all the rules. In fact, as of this writing, no web browser is perfect. Yes, there are technical standards written by the Wold Wide Web Consortium that web browser developers are supposed to follow. But developers, being human, interpret these standards differently, or don’t implement some standards. While some browsers have reputations for being better or worse than others when it comes to web standards, no browser is perfect. The best you can do is: • Follow Web Standards. • Make sure your code validates. Use the W3C HTML validator and correct all errors in your page. Use the W3C CSS validator, too. • Test your page in many browsers on Mac, Windows, and Unix platforms if you can. • Be aware of the differences in browsers and design accordingly. Don’t use designs that will break or are difficult to fix in popular browsers. • You don’t need to design to the lowest