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Jump Start CSS by Louis Lazaris

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Chapter 6Debugging Your CSS

The RecipeFinder project is complete and you now have a good, rounded understanding of what CSS is capable of, but there are some areas we haven’t yet covered that are well worth exploring.

In comparison to other programming languages, CSS is fairly simple, but it's not without its quirks and inconsistencies. Firstly, as we've already touched on, not all CSS features are supported in all browsers. Also, even where CSS code is supported by all browsers, it's often implemented differently in one or several of them. This is especially true when dealing with differences between older versions of Internet Explorer and the other browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera), or when using very new CSS properties.

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