I need someone who knows how to debug pages so that they display virtually identically in the most current versions of IE, Firefox and Opera (in that order), minimally.
The salesletter includes multiple graphics (which don't want to stay put between my html editor and IE/Firefox) as well as a single opt-in box.
I need all the graphics to stay put in their relative positions, as well as all the text and other formatting to be synonymous across the most widely used browsers, OS's, screen resolutions, etc. But primarily a standardized view and functionality in the top three most widely used browsers.
My CoffeeCup html editor says 678 lines of code, but they are not wrapped to 65 characters - some lines are much longer.
Since I'm a rookie at coding, I imagine a seasoned coder has software or manual coding skills that should make this job fairly quick and easy. Maybe if I had a better html editor I wouldn't be having this problem?
1. debug and/or adjust the code so that the page displays properly in the most commonly used versions of IE, Firefox and Opera (others too, if not too difficult).
2. Ensure the graphics, opt-in box, content boxes (both static and toggling) and text behave and display the same in said browsers.
That's it, thanks.