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Browsers fighting as if they’re children in elementary school

June 27, 2011 | By Abraham | 29 comments

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      1. Logan says:

        Actually I still use Internet Explorer and i’ve used Firefox, which isn’t all that great. Newer doesn’t man better.

        1. Mark says:

          Oh God. What version of Internet Exploder? There are many reasons no one likes IE anymore, and some of those reasons go by the names of Standard Compliance, HTML5 support, and CSS3 support.

          As a Web Developer, IE is the bane of my existence; so many development hours have been sunk into trying to work around IE’s failures.

    1. Carl says:

      Bwaahaaha. I was going to go with adding some gender equality and suggest Opera could be a girl, but home-schooled is so much better.

  1. Bill says:

    If Safari were there, shouldn’t he have a little sidekick with him called iOS who is beating down a kid with a Flash logo on?

  2. Ali says:

    I use IE and I don’t exactly have experience with anything else, except for Firefox which I find very confusing. This is not my fault.

  3. dsimathguy says:

    Geez, everyone, stop fighting. It’s not in the browsers, it’s in the computers. I have a computer that can only run IE fast, Chrome doesn’t even work on it. My friend has a computer that uses Firefox with great speed but has Chrome with terrible speed and doesn’t even have IE. We should stop blaming the browsers and blame ourselves for getting computers that run some browsers better than others.

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