Debugging: Latest Ie Vs. Firefox
Posted 19 September 2011 - 11:43 AM
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<!-- this is an embedded audio file -->
<h3>This is an audio test</h3>
When the file is launched in Chrome in Windows 7 system, the audio player strangely appears on the far left and auto plays (notice the status of autosart is false), leaving a big black box in the spot it should have been. This problem is not there, however, when Chrome is run in Vista system. IE and FF ran trouble-free in both systems. I googled for an asnwer and saw many people facing the same problem, with a comment that there was a glitch in Chrome.
Posted 20 September 2011 - 9:12 AM
It may be as simple as that, if you have HTML errors or CSS errors I'd run them through the validators, make sure your running the right spec though, i'e don't run HTML 1.0 transitional through a HTML5 validator etc.
Also, FF offers (in my opinion) the best debuging extensions for JS CSS + HTML. And you can get things like the https://addons.mozil.../web-developer/ which provides you with a massive array of tools to try and counteract these problems, and direct links to validators
Posted 20 September 2011 - 10:15 AM