__/ [Linønut] on Friday 21 October 2005 16:26 \__
> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o'
>>>> September 2005 Browser Market Share:
>>>> Microsoft Internet Explorer - 86.87%
>>>> FireFox - 7.55%
> and Netscape - 2.16%
>>> Thanks - so now it means FireFox is main stream product
>>> because its passed the magic 7% threshold set for
>>> global market share. No responsible corporation or
>>> government body (notably FEMA), management, software
>>> developer company, training institute etc can refuse
>>> to support it without taking flack and possibly risk
>>> facing legal action.
>> Exactly! The evidence begins to surface too. Noone can ignore the
>> Mozilla/Netscape family, let alone design solely for MSIE.
> Pretty close to 10% if you combine the two.
> And, as pointed out, other sites get more like 15% for Firefox.
I get between 30% and 40% on mine, based on quite a decent visitors pool. It
once peaked at about 45% for Firefox, which outranked IE. Then again, a
noticeable proportion of WP bloggers tends to visit the site and very few of
them are willing to tolerate the layout of their own site/s in IE.
In other sites, whose theme is completely different, Firefox can be a rarity
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