Internet Explorer users lack Gentle Wisdom

I’m not sure whether to apologise to people trying to read Gentle Wisdom with Internet Explorer 7. I realise that some of you have no choice. But according to the buzz (thanks to David Keen for the tip)and my own research this popular browser has a bug which is causing it to crash in response to some Javascript code generated by SiteMeter. So the problem is not my fault, it is up to you who are using poor quality software.

As a temporary measure I will disable SiteMeter. In fact I need it only to support TTLB, and, as I warned last week, I have had enough of TTLB. So I will shortly remove both SiteMeter and TTLB from this blog, which will hopefully make it accessible with Interner Explorer. However, Commentful has suddenly started working today, so I will monitor it for a bit longer.

As a long term fix, I offer my readers this piece of gentle wisdom: switch to Firefox.

2 thoughts on “Internet Explorer users lack Gentle Wisdom

  1. Ah yes, I’ve had that problem today. Disabling Site Meter did the trick. And on the subject of browsers, I would recommend Avant, the fastest browser on the planet!! :)

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