Anyone who’s used CSS more than just a little knows that there are many CSS tricks and techniques that look great in one browser, but look terrible (or simply don’t work) in another.

One cool way to get around this is to use jQuery (and jQuery plug-ins) to work around some of the most common issues. Here’s an article that lists 15 great plug-ins for fixing and beautifying your sites across browsers:

http://devsnippets.com/article/15-jquery-plugins-to-fix-and-beautify-browser-issues.html

[h/t Jason Gaylord on twitter]