Web Design and the Firefox Browser
The new Mozilla Firefox 1.0 browser seems to be a bit pickier about displaying incorrect coding (HTML or CSS) than other current browsers — that is, you might get a bit of a shock on some pages. While this sounds like a problem, I welcome a browser that immediately displays any coding issues.
One note: from my initial tests, Firefox 1.0 seems to suffer from the same type of caching problem as IE — once you've visited a page, then updated and uploaded the page and revisited it, FF1.0 does not give you the updated version. How annoying is that? Lots of manual clearing of the cache is in order.
My favorite Firefox add-on is the Web Developers' Toolbar (now in version 0.8), which allows you to emulate window/resolution resizing, along with more neat tricks than one could imagine — HTML and CSS validation, paths to images. Very useful for developers and designers.
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