It makes me wonder if Internet Explorer 6 was such a crappy brower to develop for because they did it deliberately, or if it was because they were innovating too much past the pack.
Maybe Chrome is the Next Internet Explorer?
If it helps, I see people developing specifically for chrome a lot. Maybe they are imagining that eventually it will work everywhere else? That is not always the case. Stick to standards. Try a variety of different vaildators, and don't use code that is specific to Chrome.
Other than that... I don't know what to say. If it can be done in HTML4 instead of 5, then go with the more standardized and tested solution. Newer isn't always better, and newer is almost always more risky.
I like the WDG validator alot better.
I try to validate for all the browsers. I know people use different ones, but it gets taxing to try to figure out what the freakin' problem is and fix it without goofing the site on the other browsers.
To Mr Gamm...
Thank you for the link. I see that I have a lot of work.
What in the world does this mean?
Here is the validation for the link the Mr Gamm gave me.
Is there something wrong with the <head> tag or the meta stuff? I can't figure that out. It's telling me most of my tags are wrong?
Does this mean that it doesn't validate HTML5? Or I am I just that crappy a web person?
This one only tells me that Youtube has obsolete code in it, and that there is nothing wrong with the rest of the code.
It did work for a while. *hangs head* Every validator tells me something different. I am confused.
Can someone recommend an HTML4 book? I about to close the D#@* thing down, and just concede. Life was so much easier using frontpage. I just can't seem to get the hang of all this css crap.
Last edited by Anissa; 03-26-2011 at 08:48 PM.
Now opera is doing it. Could it be the margins or something? Need I just scrap all the margin business and place the stuff where I want it?