Ban Firefox

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on Thursday, 18 October 2007
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A heading that is anti-Microsoft is so common these days that it has become uninteresting, not that a pro-Microsoft heading is any better. If you want attention: attack the open source community.

Now that I have your undivided attention read carefully: Whatever you do, DO NOT ban Firefox. On the contrary support it.

I get so depressed each time I realise that I have to work miracles in my website designs just to reach the idiotic 70% of the web users in South Africa. I’m not saying you are an idiot if you are using IE as your default browser… No wait! I am! What’s wrong with you? Internet Explorer SHOULD BE BANNED. It complies with less than 75% of the W3C's standards for CSS2 whereas Firefox 2 is on par with CSS2 and has already begun to offer support for CSS3.

If you are still using IE6 or you have been unfortunate enough to be downgraded by Microsoft to IE7 or you just have no idea what I’m going on about I strongly suggest you click here and firstly read what Firefox is all about and then download, install and use it. Trust me, you will not regret it. Your web surfing experience will be so much more enjoyable and you’ll be a happier, less frustrated person.

Hopefully in the near future my development time will decrease as the Firefox users increase and then I will also be a happier, less frustrated person.

PS: If you are using Safari, Opera, Konqueror or any other browser that is not affiliated to Microsoft and are complying to more than 80% of the W3C’s standards, on behalf of all web designers and developers, I thank you for your support.

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Comments

Guest
The Source Thursday, 18 October 2007

Viva la FireFox :)

Guest
Charmed Thursday, 18 October 2007

I have IE7, Firefox and Safari. Firefox is my default browser. I hardly use IE. Safari is used when I there is a lag in the Shoutbox :grin

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josamoto Thursday, 18 October 2007

I supporteth thy deep intense yearning towards a more Firefox using community.

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coldfury Thursday, 18 October 2007

while you\'re at it, sommer drop Outlook and download Thunderbird...

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