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    Question Different computers problem

    Hello I have finally finished my design and nearly fainted. On my IE 9 webpage is displayed correctly, while on other PC's same IE 9 (pc has different monitor with different resolution - maybe the cause) website logo has jumped too far away from the navigation bar, some parts of the text as well. Though I thought I used a browser friendly text font, one PC out of 3 tested did not display it and as instead replaced it with some very stockish text font.

    Concerning the first mentioned problem I have a suspicion that the problem might be that with some objects on a website I used PXs to code them, and with some - percentage values. Or maybe I am wrong. I have attached the css source code maybe You could help me and tell me why same version IEs display it different, even wrong on the second computer.

    Maybe You could also recommend a very browser-user-friendly minimalistic font.

    CSS SOURCE CODE:http://pastebin.com/5XXKYeVx


    Grateful,

    Ren

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    Can you post a link to your page?
    The css code alone won't help.

    For fonts, have a look at using @font-face to render non-standard fonts (FontSquirrel is a good source of @font-face kits)- this lets you deliver the font as part of your website, so all browsers (unless very old) will render it.
    Use the W3C HTML Validator and CSS Validator to check your code and Firebug to see what css is applied to an element
    Read Steve Krug's book Don't Make Me Think - essential reading on web usability
    I don't recommend much, but I do recommend Clook for UK web hosting


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