w3schools unfortunately isn't an accurate reading of the popularity of a
browser. It's visitorship is largely people who are learning how to
develop using decent standards or who get directed there from irc
channels and the like. These would mostly be clued in users who spend a
decent amount of time on the net so don't really count as a good cross
section of the web. Having said that I'm surprised it's not higher
considering just that.
On Mon, 2005-05-30 at 20:26 +0100, JR wrote:
> According to this article http://www.bayoubuzz.com/articles.aspx?aid=4069 and
> w3schools, firefox usage is now at 25%. I think thats amazing considering
> that there was a drop from 20%-19% in january this year.
>> Here are the actual w3schools stats for anyone who's interested.
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