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My project runs smoothly in Chrome and Firefox but some part of the CSS isn't working in IE. How can I overcome this issue?

Edited by pritaeas: Moved to HTML/CSS.

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there are browser specific CSS bits that only work in specific browsers.
There are also bits of the standard that aren't implemented in all browsers.

IE8 doesn't implement all of CSS3, neither do old versions of Chrome and Firefox.
So either work around the problem by not using things that aren't supported in the browser versions you're targeting or change the browser versions you target to include only those that support what you're using.

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Just to add... What styles are you applying that are not working? There could possibly be some work arounds (alternative approach, vendor specific properties, etc..) but you haven't provided much info so providing additional guidance is challenging.

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The cell divisions of the single row in my table comes splitted after the table in the IE. Can you guys help me figure out the problem?

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Well the problem has ben sorted out. Thanks all of the guys.

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