Firefox investigation

Robert Nyman gives an excellent example of what can happen when project managers who do not know about web standards run the show and decide to start a Firefox investigation. Great. Straight back to the browser war days of browser sniffing and forked code.

All I can do is sigh deeply and shake my head at the ignorance. Unfortunately the scenario Robert describes is all too common in Sweden. The web industry here is completely dominated by Microsoft worshippers who just don't want to accept that there is a growing number of people using other browsers, and that they can target all browsers by learning to use web standards.

Posted on September 1, 2005 in Web Standards, Quicklinks