It’s great that Internet users have so many browser options to surf websites. Unfortunately, having a lot browsers creates a lot of work for web designers. And it makes sure websites are compatible with as many browsers as possible. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Opera are pretty much the standard and most used browsers. And of course there is also a browser Internet Explorer, which is a hassle for the designer. and there are many more which you mighty haven’t heard about these.

Check Out Some of The Common Browser Compatibility Issues with Their Solutions:

Incorrect DOCTYPE

The solution to this problem is a very simple. Need to add one line code at the very beginning of the code. It looks like this:
This will ensure a perfectly rendered site in every browser you will work on.

Absence of CSS Reset

The way the pages are rendered is different for each browser and it can prevent the web page from displaying the site properly. the best way to css reset is using a CSS reset stylesheet on a web page to ensure that all the browsers render the content using the same criteria.

W3C html validator

As far as the browser compatibility is concerned, you need to make sure that your code of the site is valid as per W3C validators. You can check your code using W3C Markup Validation Service online.

Older Browsers Detection Scripts

Most of the browser compatibility issues can also occur if the browser is running with an old version of JavaScript.

 It is quite better to verify that the browser detection is obsolete and eliminate detection feature if it is possible.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *