CSS Hacks

Fix Browser Styles – CSS hacks for Firefox, Chrome, Safari and IE

With the advancement of technology, Web browsers plays a central role. Web browsers made it easier for making a connection with World. It is also very important for each website to look perfect on all modern browsers. I was working on a project few days ago & I got some browser based style bugs. It was very annoying because my stylesheet was working fine on some browsers. I got some incompatibility issues only on one Internet browsers so I tried some CSS Hacks. I spent few hours for finding the right solution. Finally, I found the solution and used the media queries to target the specific browsers. It’s an amazing solution that helped me to make my project look perfect on all modern browsers. I’ve complied these below codes to help other people. Browser Fixes: We can use below mentioned CSS Hacks to target all modern Web Browsers. Firefox Only CSS Hack /* FireFox 3 and Up */ html>/**/body .someClass, x:-moz-any-link, x:default {left:1em !important} Internet Explorer CSS Hacks: /* for IE6 */ *html .someClass {color:red} /* for IE7 */ *:first-child + html .someClass {color:red} /* inline IE7 CSS */ .someElement { color:blue; /* all browsers */ *color:red } /* inline…

500 Internal Server Error

How to Fix 500 Internal Server Error in WordPress

500 Internal Server Error is a very common error in WordPress. When we open any website then we’re actually the server to show that specific page. This Guide helps you to Fix 500 Internal Server Error. There may be many reasons for this error like misconfiguration of any plugin, .htaccess file, Memory limit etc. Let’s discuss one by one and try to solve your issue. Create a Backup: Don’t forget to take a backup. It’s always important to take a backup before you take any action. It’s always a safe side to avoid any data loss. Some Hosting providers provide automated backup service. Automated backup is a good service and you only need to download the backup from your hosting provider’s website. If your hosting provider fails to provide this service, then you’ve to manually take a backup of your database and WordPress files. Deactivate Plugins: Next step is to deactivate the WordPress plugins one by one and find the problematic plugin. For this purpose, go to the Admin Dashboard and from the Left side bar click Plugins. Follow this: Dashboard > Plugins > Installed Plugins. Here you will find all Installed plugins. Deactivate the plugins one by one and…