Web designers will tell you that cross-browsers compatibility – whether a website will display the same way in different browsers – is the bane of their existence. What looks fine in Internet Explorer might not look the same in Firefox or in Chrome. Testing your site to make sure that it works in a variety of browsers is important, but that means some extra work.
How much difference can a browser make in the display of your website? A lot of difference and it practically impossible for a website these days to look the same in all browsers.
Luckily the use of CSS makes life bit easier because you can create additional CSS rules or even separate style sheets that automatically get used by one browser and not the others.
One of the difficulties of sorting out browser compatibility is knowing when to stop trying to keep everyone happy. The first step is to understand which browsers your visitors are most likely using. Yo
There are dozens of web browsers out there, but the average website owner can’t afford to worry about all of them. The four most used browsers are IE, Firefox , Chrome, and Safari. Although their individual numbers might change. They’re likely to be the top four for some time to come (Chrome is number one).
The final consideration is time and money. Your budget might allow for fixing serious problems, but minor issues might have to be left for a later time or not addressed at all. So choose your website designer carefully.