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Konstantin Volodin
Konstantin Volodin
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Why in firefox images and text look bigger than in chrome and how to fix that?

text and images as well as all objects like buttons look fuzzy in firefox, but OK in chrome. How to make a website in Firefox look similar with Chrome with CSS?

18,266 Points

Do you have an example / link to the site?

2 Answers

3,446 Points

different browsers can format your pages according to their own basic styles. By using a normalize css stylesheet in your code you can sort of wipe out the browser presets and then style the page with your own.

The normalize css stylesheet which you can get from Williams link above needs to be saved as a seperate file in your project as normalize.css

Then in your index.html file you need to link your page to the normalize.css in exactly the same way you link your style.css/main.css file.

Make sure that the link to the normalize.css is placed 'above' the link to 'your' main stylesheet inside of your <head></head> tags....

<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/normalize.css"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/main.css">

Hope that helps a little.