November 15th, 2011, 08:39 PM
I check my site stats every two or three months whether or not I need to (I don't give a big R's A).
My visitors are 45.3% Chrome, 30.9% IE, and 9.5% Firefox.
Good Lord. What does that say? I have switched from Firefox to Chrome, but I didn't go through IE on the way. What's up with that st!ff?
Functionality rules and clarity matters; if you can work a little elegance in there, you're stylin'.
If you can't spell "u", "ur", and "ne1", why would I hire you? 300 baud modem? Forget I mentioned it.
November 17th, 2011, 11:14 AM
Mobile phones might be registering as chrome.
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November 17th, 2011, 03:48 PM
recent regular updates to firefox are rediclous, every month or so there is a new version, and not all plugins works with new versions, which is the main good thing about firefox
i am not surprised to see it loose some market share, specially when the new IE9 is very good.