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UI design should be egoless; if you succumb to the temptation to show off, you’re probably doing it wrong. (from ESR)

There are enough html & css demos and tutorials to be interesting. Please visit.

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Well now, Gary, if you had

Well now, Gary, if you had gotten your facts straight, you would have realised that Internet Explorer is the absolute best browser on the planet, and so by "convincing" a whole country to use it, they are, in fact, bettering the world. This is on par with defeating world hunger and sending man to the moon. Plus they'll need those extra security features that only come with Internet Explorer to keep their children safe from Australia's secret Internet Black Lists, since we all know those evil p0rno guys can get around those lists.

Use IE8! Do it for the children!

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Oh, wow! I did not know

Oh, wow! I did not know that.

I couldn't swear to you that I know it now.

Come to think of it, I still don't know it. Smile

They do seem a little rubber-bandy with the facts.

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Of course Internet Explorer 8 wins this one. There's no need to install tools separately, and it offers better features like JavaScript profiling.

cheers,

gary

UI design should be egoless; if you succumb to the temptation to show off, you’re probably doing it wrong. (from ESR)

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Well that list is good

Well that list is good enough for me , I'm never using that rubbishy Firefox ever again. Thank **** IE8 came along as it sounds like we were in deep **** before hand, god bless MS.

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gary.turner wrote:Microsoft

gary.turner wrote:

Microsoft bribes Oz to ditch Firefox
'Get rid of it or get lost'

No comment.

cheers,

gary

Someone tell me that's a joke?

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Quote:Firefox and Chrome

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Firefox and Chrome have more support for emerging standards like HTML5 and CSS3, but Internet Explorer 8 invested heavily in having world-class, consistent support for the entire CSS2.1 specification.

Er ... isn't it about time? 8 iterations of the browser and they've FINALLY got consistent support for the CSS2.1 specification. Thank God. Hopefully by the time IE15 comes out in about ten years time they'll have full CSS3 and HTML5 support Tongue

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