What to Take Away from This Chapter
Many different browsers are available and are in use.
Each different browser renders HTML slightly differently, and these differences need to be compensated for in your code.
It is possible to include information in a page for all browsers and their different ways of working, because a browser will ignore any code it doesn't understand.
With complex page designs, it is sometimes necessary to build different versions of a page for different browsers, although this has a maintenance overhead.
Of all the many different browsers available and in use, Internet Explorer has the largest market share, and this is expected to increase.
It is important to turn on the accessibility features in Dreamweaver MX and make a conscious decision not to use them if there is an exception, instead of having to remember all the extra steps needed to make a site accessible to all.