Remember when I said there was a problem with my template layout that caused it to display funny in every browser except Firefox? Well I finally got around to fixing it and thought I’d share the solution with you all. I figured it might be helpful to someone.
Why The Difference?
Who Uses What?
Firefox uses Gecko Chrome and Safari use Webkit Internet Explorer uses Trident Opera uses Presto
I spent a lot of time looking into the problem I was having with the SFC plugin and after all the searching and digging I’ve come to the conclusion that my problem is most likely my Template.
The problem (as far as I can tell at this point) is that I made this template way back when I was using WordPress 2.1 and there have been many significant changes to WordPress since then and especially with the latest version (3.0).
So in the next few days I’m going to have to either make a whole new template or do some serious revisions to this one. Please be patient with me during this time,
It has come to my attention that my template’s alignment is not quite right when displayed in certain browsers. Anything but Firefox to be specific.
I will take a look at the CSS and HTML and try to find the problem when I can get to a proper computer (I’m on my iPhone right now). In the meantime I thought this might be a good time to mention a handy tool for anyone who is interested in web design/development. Perhaps you have heard of it before, but perhaps not. (it’s also another great reason to use Firefox as your primary browser).
Firefox has an awesome addon called “Firebug” which allows you to do a lot of