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@@jaysh4922

 

The contributions on this website are not browser dependent. SOME of them may need tweaking to appear correctly with ALL browsers but as long as you choose a contribution written for your version of osCommerce, you should be ok.

 

Once your site is the way you want it, you should ensure it appears correctly in ALL browsers, not just IE.

 

 

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Please Share Your views,because everyone I know still uses Internet Explorer...

 

I think you should get out and make some more friends.

 

:-|)

 

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Awstats for my site show 57% use IE, 17% chrome, 14% firefox and the rest is split between the smaller browsers including android. Whilst IE is still the most popular, you have to bear in mind all the other browsers.


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@@14steve14

 

The ONLY reason IE has the market share is because it is bundled with Windows. Most people stick with what they know (or in this case, they don't know any better)

 

 

 

 

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@@geoffreywalton

 

I might have to agree with you. Almost ALL of the OP's posts are nonsense and just statements.

 

 

 

 

 

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One day I must take my own advice.

 

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@@DunWeb I know that, the point I was trying to make is that a site should work in all browsers.


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@@14steve14

 

hi Steve, yes it should. However, some add ons don't work well with all browsers, especially those that change the layout.

 

 

 

 

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