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And yet IE can't view XUL.
It works both ways.
Not looking for a fight or taunting you. If a site is going to use code that isn't viewable in all browsers, yada, yada. If a site is going to use non-standard code, no matter who publishes it, yada, yada.
I fear more problems when IE7/Vista emerges and things like 3D page turns are implemented. People will use them not realising they don't work in any other browser.
Really, there is only one way to code - and that is to publicly agreed standards. Anything else is bound to hurt your audience.
amygrech - [toolbar.google.com ]. Firefox by default whitelists only the Mozilla update servers. You may have to specifically allow Google to install software. Click on Install and if it doesn't work check for the yellow bar at the top of the screen. Then allow google.com and try again.