Tagged: IE


Firefox, We’re Almost There

It’s only one source and browser stats commonly vary quite a bit site to site but still, in terms of trends these numbers are interesting. Webmonkey reports that for W3Schools, Firefox is at 42.6% market share, within striking distance of IE. Actually, it’s the leading browser by quite a margin if you take versions separately, […]

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Truly Modern Browsers Focus

After having read it it seems kind of obvious but I had to make a note here. I think it’s a brilliant insight and although many designers have embraced this—dropping IE—for their blog designs, it’s a move that hasn’t been taken up yet elsewhere: Yes, none of this stuff works in IE, and IE still […]

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IE 8 Change of Mind

Yes! Microsoft have changed their mind on default rendering for IE 8. Sweet. In light of the Interoperability Principles, as well as feedback from the community, we’re choosing differently. Now, IE8 will show pages requesting “Standards” mode in IE8’s Standards mode. Developers who want their pages shown using IE8’s “IE7 Standards mode” will need to […]

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X-UA-Compatible

Concerning the whole IE8 X-UA-Compatible issue, I’m 100% in agreement with Jeremy, if there’s something somewhere I can sign, point me to it.

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Firefox Grimpe Encore

L’ascension de Firefox se poursuit… Près de 28% de taux d’utilisation moyen en Europe début juillet 2007, avec une progression dans l’ensemble des 32 pays européens étudiés.—Firefox frôle les 28% d’utilisation en Europe Internet Explorer sous les 70%

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