Only that you should avoid doing complex things when a simpler solution presents itself.
The value of someone who can help you debug site problem cannot be overstated.
While we've discussed that it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to get Web pages to look the same in all browsers, it is still a goal of most designers.
So you should start by designing for the best browsers first, which includes those that are standards compliant.
The easiest way to avoid problems is to keep your HTML and CSS as simple as possible.
Note that I'm not saying you should avoid doing something like creating rounded corners simply because the HTML or CSS is complicated.
It may be that the problem you're seeing is a result of the Web browser you're viewing it in.
If the problem occurs in every browser you can test, that tells you something about what you have to do to fix it.(This is very impotent to complete my final year project.)Hi I am trying to send data from VC to matlab.I tried UDP communication making the VC as client and Matlab that didnt work.There are already many people who validate every page automatically.But even if you're in the habit, it's a good idea to check the validity of your HTML when you have a problem.Validating your CSS serves the same function as validating your HTML.