I would think that anyone drawn to an online IQ test by an advert appearing on their screen would be of fairly low intelligence in any case...
This, however, really makes a valid point...
"Any IT company involved in web development will acknowledge the fact that millions of man hours are wasted each year to make otherwise perfectly functional websites work in Internet Explorer."
I'm sure. It is what it is however, and if web designers want their products to be available to as broad a spectrum of "dumbassed" customers as possible they'd better get used to it.
Problem is, Katzy, any IT company that wastes its time attempting to cater to the "standards" set by IE must be fairly bright. I mean, if people insisted on following the true, published, standards, then M$ might be encouraged to actually make a truly standards compliant browser or find that IE is irrelevant in a truly standardised Interweb.
It still seems that Billy-bully-boy and his cohorts want the internet to comply with his standards, not web standards.
Actually IE 9 has become one of the most standards compliant browsers on the market these days. The turn around started around IE 8, and Microsoft
has been very proactive in supporting HTML 5 and CSS 3 standards. Plus it's also contributing to a number of Open Source projects such as jQuery.
The browser that causes me the most grief due to the way it handles floats is Safari, which is downright unusual as it's the WebKit engine.
My biggest dislike with IE is ActiveX.
Plausible, though, ay?
You thought so. I already pointed out what a dodgy premise it seemed to be based on.
The Canadian gay scientists have calculated that 93.7% of IE users believed the story was true.
Trouble is, the majority of the republicans and tea potty members in this country use IE.
Apart from Christine O'Donnell , she uses a broomstick, allegedly.