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Originally Posted by steveedge
There is one difference though, a big one, Mac's gamma is 72 dpi screen resolution. Windows is 94 (I think) so, when designing ON PC, and all your text looks perfect...it will look to small on Mac's...if you have specified sizes that is. In other words, without writing a book here.... There is a size difference in text and images (sometimes).....
Acutally, ANY monitor, regardless of the OS will only be able to display a 72 dpi resolution.


And in response to the OP, as long as the page you are designing is HTML compliant, it will be fine in any browser.

You can check the compliance here:

http://validator.w3.org/

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