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Browser Differences:
Why does my website look different on different browsers?
When a browser reads the code behind your website, it translates the information in the default settings. For instance, Safari and Chrome have different default fonts, which means the font on your site changes when viewed in these browsers. ... Default issues are likely the most common reason for variance between browsers.

Mobile Apps:
Why does a website look different on  mobile?
Different browsers and devices use different rendering engines, which may cause your text to display differently on your mobile device. This can cause the text to expand and become misaligned with other elements.


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