What’s the Problem?
Designing a website that looks good on all browsers can be challenging. This is why web designers often have to test their designs on multiple browsers and devices. The problem with this approach is that it’s time-consuming and expensive. to test on various devices. The WebAIM screen reader tests allow users to compare how their website appears rendered on multiple browsers and devices, side-by-side, with a native text browser. So web designers can spend time designing their sites instead of manually testing them across multiple browsers and devices.
4 Major Causes of Web Design Problems on Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer is a web browser developed by Microsoft. It is the world’s most widely used web browser, with a market share of over 60%.
The four major causes of web design problems on Internet Explorer are:
- The website uses outdated code that doesn’t work correctly with Internet Explorer
- The website has an incorrect meta-refresh tag
- The website has an incorrect HTTP header
How to Fix Web Design Problems in IE by Using CSS
A common problem web designers face is IE’s inability to display websites correctly. Before starting a new project, there are a few ways to fix this issue.
There are many reasons why IE may not display your website correctly. One of the most common reasons is the lack of support for CSS in IE. This can be fixed by using a CSS fixer like Modernizr or Prefixr.
Another reason could be that you are using an outdated version of IE, and it doesn’t support newer features such as CSS3 selectors or box-shadow properties. This can be fixed by updating your browser with the latest version of Windows or simply by changing browsers altogether.