I’ve been working hard to improve compatibility with the fast-rising free browser Firefox (and all other Gecko based browsers, not to mention Mozilla, Netscape and K-Meleon, among others).

It’s a tedious process, but today’s suffering was lessened by the discovery of the “CSS hacks” principle. It allows me to solve discrepancies between browsers locally, at the CSS style level. It’s a cheap fix, but it works!

If you’re interested in alternative browsers and security issues, read this.