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Is not supporting Google Chrome but supporting IE and Firefox on sites some kind of browser racism? Your opinion?

asked Apr 03 '11 at 12:11

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I see it most in the lazyness of the web developer. However, there are some programs that just don't work in some browsers.

answered Apr 03 '11 at 12:12

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I don't see it as a "prejudicial" issue, AS LONG as you're not saying "CHROME SUCKS - I.E. FTW!".

If you're going to support a browser, then support it. Doesn't matter which one it is.

How many times have you seen a webpage that says at the bottom "This page was created on a Mac." They "didn't" say:

"This page was created on a Mac because I think Windows smells like fecal matter from a furry, four-legged creature on a hot day." THIS would be a form of "computer racism".

answered Apr 03 '11 at 12:17

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edited Apr 03 '11 at 12:18

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