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January 04, 2006

Seems to be a lot of firefox users out there

My site statistics has IE 6 and Firefox at various levels basically tied at about 40% each. I use IE myself, just haven't found a reason to switch yet although IBM supports firefox internally now.

Maybe, I should try it out. It's a shame I don't have a historical chart showing growth month on month etc. Be interesting.

January 4, 2006 | Permalink


until they decide to grace us with an upgrade to IE, firefox is way better than IE. once you've tried tabbed browsing, you'll never go back.

Posted by: gareth | Jan 4, 2006 9:45:26 PM

Hope this boosts firefox stats.

Posted by: Andrew | Jan 5, 2006 1:23:09 PM

Just go nuts on the extensions that are out there for FF.

I like the 'all in one gestures' plugin. Sort of commanding the browser with black-and-white magic mouse gestures.
But I like weird stuff!!.

I'm sure you will like it .

Posted by: Retep Vosnul | Jan 9, 2006 3:54:41 PM

I've been doing quite a bit of Ajax programming lately and I like Firefox a lot for client-side web development. E.g. LiveHttpHeaders to watch headers going back and forth over the wire, and Venkman, to interactively debug JavaScript.

Is there a good, free JavaScript debugger for IE?

Posted by: Bill Higgins | Jan 16, 2006 6:43:52 PM

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