Many of you who ask why a different design view in access time by using Mozilla and IE? How do I get web design displayed in Mozilla and Internet Explorer can be the same? Standardization html documents have been issued since January 2000. The solution is returned to the standardization of the html. Html document is valid (following the rules) according to the W3C will be shown together on a variety of browsers, such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.
Standardization is now often called the xhtml, no longer html. xhtml is a continuation of the html version. Means xhtml is a document that has followed the rules of the W3C standards. xhtml stands for extensible, so that is xhtml clean version of html.
If we’ve learned HTML, you will easily know xhtml. There are several important points that distinguish (or more appropriately called the repairs) from the html:
- Tags must be written with a lowercase letter
- Each attribute value must be marked
- All tags must be closed (no beginning and end)
- Attributes normally written only a single, still must be given value.
The difference is only a little, but it all affects the validation process which will affect the display in each browser. Browsers such as IE or Firefox have his own model of the html code, and this model works based on established W3C standard.
If you experience a difference in the browser view to minimize the occurrence of such differences, there are a few tips that may help:
- Try using the standard xhtml in html code.
- Try to use css code html to design view, because it is more acceptable in all browsers.
- Try as web development; you can use a browser that is most widely used by Internet users, for example: IE, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera.
- If a facility using Dreamweaver convert to xhtml, quite helpful even if there is weakness in some cases.