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Try checking what you have written with the (x)html standard: http://validator.w3.org/ << though things such as IE are not the best at desiphering html, the 'validator' will give you an idea if you have anything which is realy buggy.
With the two browsers, you can't expect perfect compatibility. My advice, try to iron out the differences to an acceptable level.
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Also make sure the CSS is good with the CSS validator: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/
I say if it's standards compliant and works in free rendering engines (like Gecko and KHTML), screw the non-free ones.
The 'validator' did not pick up any thing buggy I think it could be a case of ironing it out so it looks ok in various browsers .