The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 19 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.


I usually would not write about web site technical information in the blog section. But I also need to gripe about it as well. AFdN is now designed for and recomends Firefox. Firefox is the main “competition” to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. However, Firefox, unlike Internet Explorer, actually follows the rules of the W3. The W3, or World Wide Web Consortium, is responsible for standardizing web site protocols, such as HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, and the likes. There are numerous problems with IE, including the fact that it doesn’t support PNG 24-bit Alpha Transparency Images. IE is also much more lenient with egregious coding. This can be a good thing, however, it also lulls developers like me into a false sense of completeness. Anyways, this all goes to say that I now use Firefox and so should you.

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