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What these specs appear to tell us is that 30% of the people who view
the W3C Schools' own website use Firefox, which doesn't seem to me
to be the same as "the browser market." It doesn't surprise me that w
website devoted to web authoring would attract a fairly diverse set of
browers, but I wonder what the same logfiles from some mass market
site like Amazon or eBay would tell us?
> According to the W3C schools, Firefox has a 30% share of the browser market
> and it's growing. IE6 lost shares to IE7, but all flavors of IE have less
> than 70% of the market share and falling.
> Check out: http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp
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