What do you think if some websites don't support Firefox?
October 6, 2008 10:25am CST
It is disappointing. I like using Firefox. If some websites don't support it, I regard them as very outdated. Perhaps I will visit less to these websites unless it's necessary. Because it's inconvenient for me to use IE. I don't want to use two browsers at the same time especially Firefox is good to use already.
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25 Oct 08
So far, I found that almost all of the commercial website are supporting Firefox. I don't have any problem until I found out that some of my company website do not support it! I think the IT developer just concentrate their effort on IE and pay less attention to other web browser. What you said is right, it's tedious to open two browsers in the same time. But luckily I seldom use the company web site, which is needed to update my vacation leave or medical leave application.
6 Dec 09
It drives me crazy when that happens. I really like using Firefox, and I hate it when I am not able to use it with certain websites that interest me. All websites should accomodate all browzers, especially popular ones like firefox. I am glad I am not the only one bothered by this fact.
• United States
29 Oct 08
I use both IE and FF, but have FF set as my default. I'll use IE for sites that require it, or if I am doing a ton of research and have 25 tabs open in two FF windows already, so I can tell which browser has which sites. I'm not a fan of IE, by any means, but IE7 is actually ok, compared to older versions. If you go to the MS website, you can download the IE8 beta. I'm scared though, lol.
20 Oct 08
Yes there was one website that I used quite a lot, who had a deficient security procedure when logging in with Firefox. I emailed them about it. After a while they did actually improve their security procedure, which I was glad about. That was a while ago. Can't remember any more recent instances of Firefox being unsupported.
• United States
10 Oct 08
I love watching movies online at Netflix. But they only let me use Internet Explorer. It's such a hassle to boot up Internet Explorer. But it does help me keep my Mylot tabs and movie windows separate. I don't have to search through twenty tabs on Firefox to find my movie when I want to continue watching.
• United Kingdom
6 Oct 08
Thankfully most of the sites I visit support Firefox and thinking about it I can't think of one single site I use that doesn't. I have a browser called Safari which came with the computer when I first bought it, which I first started using before I switched over to Firefox, you are right it's hassle having to use both browsers and I much prefer Firefox it serves all my needs.