Widgets, snippets, plug-ins etc. do not always appear the same across each web browser, and you might be quite shocked when a visitor goes to your site or even worse a web design client goes to their freshly built web site and sees it completely out of whack with alignment issues, broken links or missing content.
Much older internet browsers do not support CSS and HTML5 the way the newer ones do, and not all internet browsers (old and new) have the exact same way they prefer to show web content whether they read CSS and HTML5 or not.
No need to worry though. Although it can be somewhat of a nuisance, these problems can usually be…
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