Goodbye IE, hello FireFox!

I’ve been using FireFox for a while now. Recently there’s been a lot of crap about IE and another exploit of the day (FireFox isn’t without it’s problems too). With every new version it just gets better, as well the constant availability and improvement of all sorts of extensions to it, as well as a growing number of themes to make it look even better.

They also have a built in Google Toolbar. It even supports features not available in the Google-provided IE toolbar! It has an amazing extensible search functionality:


And here’s an absolutely must-have extension that allows me to open those everytime-less-often pages that can only be browsed with IE:


Very cool stuff. The Web Developer menu you see has tons of great stuff when building web pages as well (like showing image sizes, hiding tags, validation, and more). Basically an essential tool in any web developers box.

Of course I have to find the time now to update this website to be FireFox compatible. I use CSS styles for positioning which, at the time, was a good idea. It’s just more trouble than it’s worth now and now looking at this site in FireFox things are little messed up.