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Website Looks Different In Different Browsers

Each browser, and browser version, operate slightly differently.  If both your browsers are of the most recent version (e.g. Firefox 3.0 or newer, IE 7.0 or newer), the site should look identical.

All browsers are created by different companies and the companies do not coordinate with each other on what they offer. For example some javascript code may be specific only to one browser. As well, older versions of browsers may show a different font or change your format although all your content will still be there.

Fortunately, about 80 to 90% of web surfers are on Firefox or IE and have one of the latest versions. It is free to upgrade both.


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