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    Lives on mozilla..dies at IE

    This is my fist wesbite, did exactly from the book.
    Looks perfect in mozilla..but dont ask me how it looks like in IE..just look
    www.nagarjunz.com
    I know , its a small mistake..
    but i being a baby in this..can u tell me exaclty where am i ging wrong
    and gimme the exact code!

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    cross browser rendering differences

    I'm curious, when you say "from the book" are you talking hypothetically, or if not, what book?
    IMHO, having valid mark-up and CSS is one of the best assurances that the page will render similarly cross-browser. An essential "first step".
    Try using a different doctype or fixing these 14 XHTML errors http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...Inline&group=0
    and the 7 CSS errors http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/v...ning=1&lang=en
    and I'm sure you'll be pleased with the results.

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    no dude...

    I am talking about "Build ur..blah..blah..HTML & CSS"

    ok thanx i will try to rectify it..14 errros..

    Dude..i have another question..

    I want to have a flash movie in index.html....with background black

    and rest of all the pages i want it to be white...

    how can i do that..because while using css..entire website becomes black..if i declare..hope u got my question

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    Why not use a seperate style sheet for the page with the flash movie on?
    Or alternativley create a container div in html with an id of background and make that black with css. example =

    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    </head>
    <body>
    <div id="background">
    <param.............
    
    
    ..............>
    </div>
    </body>
    </html>
    The css code for that is

    Code:
    div#background{
                  background-color:#000000;
                  width:100%;
                  height:100%;
    }
    I believe that would work.
    If not just use a seperate style sheet. lol

    Ash


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