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I'm making my first starting test website and I've used IE and Firefox to check to see what they look like in it, but, it doesn't display correctly, in Firefox the backgrounds missing and both have some small at the bottom, it displays correctly in Goggle Chrome. Is my problem because I use HTML for mostly everything, I know its bad to use HTML for a lot of stuff.

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To ensure maximum compatibility across all browsers, it is good practice to declare a DTD at the top of your page to ensure that browers are aware of which definitions to render your page by. Doing that and cleaning up your code to remove deprecated tags and seperating the CSS from the HTML would definitely be good starts. A run through the validator (after declaring a DTD) will help you sort out the old from the new.DTDvalidator

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