In the common CSS file that is first loaded by your site, include a CSS reset. Browsers use different default styling for padding, borders, and margins for every element. Applying a CSS reset ensures that every element starts at the same developer initialized, (that's you) known value, greatly reducing cross-browser issues.
Resize Your Images
Use an image resizing tool to properly resize your images to the actual size as set in the CSS or ugh! html img image tag. Page performance will greatly increase and your images will actually look better.
Use CSS Stylesheet Pages
Your page should not be cluttered with inline styles because: The inline style takes precedence over every other style and you lose control of the ease of changing the stylesheet definition to affect all elements. Devices viewing the page are also stuck using the inline style. Avoid page level CSS as well, because you circumvent your CSS stylesheet page.
Comment Your Code and Closing Tags
Comment your CSS classes, your HTML closing div tags and CSS selector commands if they are intended to target different browsers.
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