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natty

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If you use internet explorer - go die. Seriously.

I'm thinking of redirecting all IE users to horse porn for every site I work on.

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I've been very happy with Chrome for the past 9 months or so.

I haven't used IE since like... well, whenever Firefox came out...

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I use chrome, and when I have an issue I use Firefox. Chrome has some bugs, but is so fast. Firefox is super reliable.

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I don't think a lot of people realize that when people make non-trivial websites they spend about as much time developing the site as they do getting it to work with internet explorer. The industry has these things called 'standards' meaning if you specify something then the browser will display it a certain way. Microsoft doesn't seem to like standards. View the source of any site out there and you'll see all sorts of stuff that's meant for IE and IE alone.

I'm sitting here trying to debug a core piece of functionality that works perfectly in Firefox, chrome, safari, whatever/everything except IE. IE doesn't even show an error, it just doesn't do anything.

fug IE

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I don't think a lot of people realize that when people make non-trivial websites they spend about as much time developing the site as they do getting it to work with internet explorer. The industry has these things called 'standards' meaning if you specify something then the browser will display it a certain way. Microsoft doesn't seem to like standards. View the source of any site out there and you'll see all sorts of stuff that's meant for IE and IE alone.

I'm sitting here trying to debug a core piece of functionality that works perfectly in Firefox, chrome, safari, whatever/everything except IE. IE doesn't even show an error, it just doesn't do anything.

fug IE

Is that your job, a computer programmer? Because if it is, IE is paying your salary. :D

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