So, if you are patient enough to follow me, you know that I’ve been taking a web design course. I’m learning HTML5 and CSS3. If you don’t know what that is, suffice to say it is the most current versions of the software that control the structure and design of the websites that you see on a day to day basis. It has been a lot of fun so far and I’m seriously considering exploring it further. Not that I’m any great web designer yet, but I am looking at a couple of additional projects for friends and family that might move me from newbie to passable in the coming weeks.
One of the issues that’s come up is the problem of web browsers. Every web browser reads the code that is underlying each page a little bit differently. Not that anyone who reads this blog would ever, necessarily be viewing a web site that I created, but the odds are better that you would than anyone else. I’m curious to know what web browser you use. Of course version numbers do matter, but I’m going to keep things simple for now. If’ you’d take two seconds to tell me what browser you use the most, I’d appreciate knowing!
Thanks, as always, for reading!