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I’m really enjoying the theme/design of your website.
Do you ever run into any internet browser compatibility problems?
A few of my blog audience have complained about
my blog not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Safari.
Do you have any tips to help fix this issue?
Don’t worry so much about HOW it appears in one browser or another. Internet Explorer is an over-patched dog of a program that needs to be scrapped altogether. It’s the browser’s problem; not yours. I hear about that a lot. We build our sites using what we have. As long as it appears well in the most popular and reliable browsers, that’s all you need to worry about. I read a lot of comments about that but there really isn’t anything you can do about it NOR the spamming and hacking. Think about it: If hackers can get into cars, peoples phones and just about anything else, they can hack websites and delight in such. All we can do is employ STRONG network security and stick to our guns. Browsers, spam and hackers are simply the proverbial “weeds” we have to deal with in our “online endeavors” gardens (Yikes! A gardening analogy! It must be spring!). There is no magic pill for any of it. Just pack your patience, be ever vigilant, keep learning about better network security measures and do the best you can with what you have.