Unfortunately, different web browsers display text and HTML differently, and Internet Explorer is one of the worst, and most notorious, for bad code display (especially older versions of IE).
What most web designers do is test their pages in a variety of web browsers to work to make sure their pages look ‘good enough’ in all of them. Because the text size and spacing can vary from browser to browser, it can be challenging to get exactly the same display in all browsers.
If your concern is the way text wraps, it’s almost impossible to keep it consistent. That’s because your users can change the text size in some browsers, and because text size is different between Mac and Windows computers.
Here’s a tutorial about testing web pages in different web browsers that will you understand why designing for different web browsers is a challenge for all web designers. You’ll also find links to a few online testing tools that can help you make sure you site looks good, even in web browsers you may not have on your own computer.
I hope that helps and I wish you all the best, Janine