Although new Google’s browser Chrome looks really cool, web designers are becoming aware of one more rendering engine to pay attention to, when tweaking CSS.
Here is the first look on what we need to fix on our troxo.com site to make it look pretty in Chrome:
1. Page margin, 8 pixels wide (most likely a default one in Chrome).
2. Default font size in Chrome makes a page look differently, if font sizes are set in pt (points).
3. Some white gaps in our menu.
4. Font is not inherited from the body tag (that’s weird).
5. Monster, 20px, gap above the footer. To be honest, that one gave us a lot of trouble with Firefox and different versions of Internet Explorer.
Chrome looks really nice. Considering the fact that this is first public version, it surely has a great future. The rendering engine used in Chrome is WebKit open source, which is also used by Safari and S60 platform. When it comes to our site – we’ll update our CSS very soon.