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Which is the best browser?

  

33 members have voted

  1. 1. Which is the best browser?

    • FireFox
      27
    • Opera
      4
    • Netscape
      0
    • Internet Explorer
      2
    • Safari
      0
    • Other
      0
  2. 2. Which do you use? (Pick as many as you ever use.)

    • FireFox
      29
    • Opera
      10
    • Netscape
      3
    • Internet Explorer
      17
    • Safari
      8
    • Other
      5
  3. 3. Lastly, which do you have on your system? (Pick all that you have!)

    • FireFox
      32
    • Opera
      17
    • Netscape
      6
    • Internet Explorer
      32
    • Safari
      15
    • Other
      6


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What has saved me a lot of time is committing myself to the strict DTD. IE is more compliant and predictable in strict mode.Oh! the number of pages we work on here that don't even have <html> tags, let alone any DTD at all. "What's that?" people say. Didja ever add a strict DTD to a page that had none? Do a reload, and POW! things are different. Somebody should use the strict dtd as a signature line.

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Good idea.Always use a strict doctype unless you absolutely can't (in which case you still use a doctype, just not a strict one), design your pages for a compliant browser, and things will be easy. When you tell browsers to follow the same set of rules you get much more consistent results then if each browser needs to guess what rules to follow.

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"If I am not wrong, IE7 doesn't allow putting <head> tag in <body> tag while FF and Opera allow it"why on earth would you put <head> tag in the <body> tag?

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I use firefox and test with Firefox and IE

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how about adding other browsers like flock, chrome and others,personally i like flockdevelopment wise I'm sticking with firefoxreasons-its portable-addons - web developer * WHAT AN AMAZING TOOL! - fireftp - fire bug - yellowpipe lynx viewer

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