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    Hi, I'm fairly new to CSS and have taken on the responsiblity of managing my work website. It's a fairly simple site, nothing fancy. I'm stuck trying to figure out why some webpages load properly for some people and not for others. The text is overlapping on some pages and the spacing is smaller. I viewed it in IE and it looks fine but not in FF and Safari. Could it be my CSS file? Any tips or pointers on how to fix this would be really appreciated. Thanks!

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    Senior Member Dorky's Avatar
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    ie add automatic margins to some elements that firefox nor safari do not. the best way to solve this is to add

    * { margin: 0px; padding: 0px; }

    then go back and add the padding needed to all the elements in question. dont freek out when the whole page shifts. it will. you just need to go back and line it back up one element at a time.

    the other option is to create a dif css script for each type of operating system and add excptions that point to the apropriete css
    or ad exceptions line by line.

    i use the first solution.
    feel free to check out mine, the css is in the source so just go and view my source at www.studio378d.com

    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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    That fixed it. Thanks for your help.


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