Javascript trouble in browser

I have developed a new website and it is acting weirdly on different browsers, like on Chrome the favicons used on the site don't show up while in Firefox the site design bursts all over the over the place making site look weird.

Anyone any idea what the real problem might be?

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Re: different browsers

Usually it goes better when the validator on finds zero errors in the html. Why do you think your issues are caused by Javascript?

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TRUE! The bane of almost all web devs.

On top of the W3C checker when I drill into the code I'm also checking CAN I USE. The site link is

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An Update

I am not getting any errors to correct.

I think there is something wrong with my browser.

I check if javascript is enabled or not, and it is enabled in my Firefox.

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Post was last edited on August 30, 2018 1:23 AM PDT

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Re: browser

Quite unclear why you posted that link (it's to a site where you can hire web developers) and what's wrong with the picture on your PC (with me, it shows both a contact link and a small robot, but not on your picture).

But it makes me think you're site is not in html, but in react.js. If your specific code gives issues in Firefox and not in other browsers, it's an issue for the react.js team or for an third party expert. Luckily you already seem to know where to hire those.

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