On Dec 29, 6:47 am, Roy Schestowitz <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> What's in a Number?
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | The figure of less than 60% for Internet Explorer
> | is certainly impressive, given the fact that it
> | held close to 100% of the market a few years ago.
> | One question is: what is the breakthrough point
> | for Firefox?
The most important breakthrough point is the one at which web
designers must take Firefox (and other non-IE) browsers into account.
That is the point at which Microsoft's attempts to embrace, extend,
extinguish have failed.
That point has already been reached. Microsoft has lost the web
standards wars, that is, their attempt to subvert web standards has