Get Firefox, Folks! (Or, Why MyBlogLog won't work on my blog in IE.)

Get Firefox
So, I very much dislike Internet Explorer. (Don’t even get me started in Microsoft. My next computer will be a Mac!)

Anyway, I’ve been using (and loving!) MyBlogLog for a while, and last night on a whim I checked my blog in Internet Explorer (Firefox allows you to use both browsers in one!), and in Internet Explorer my entire right-hand side column was moved to underneath my blog posts, at the bottom of my page. Ugh! So, I removed MyBlogLog and it was all fine again. Mind you, everything looked fantastic in Firefox, but since not everyone uses Firefox yet, I had to remove MyBlogLog, at least until it works without pushing the whole right-hand side of my blog. I am not very happy about this, but it has to be done.

I’ve gotta tell you, folks– Firefox is one of the best things to happen to me on the Web. I used to open multiple Internet Explorer browsers; Firefox allows you to open multiple tabs (pages) in ONE browser window! Do yourself a HUGE favor and get Firefox. It will change the way you surf the Web… for good!

Get Firefox

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I'm a wife and mommy first, as well as a social media consultant/manager, editor, and writer. I'm also editor of Musical Reviewer and Houston Theatre Blog.

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3 comments on “Get Firefox, Folks! (Or, Why MyBlogLog won't work on my blog in IE.)
  1. Lori says:

    Honey, if you like Firefox, wait until you try Mozilla’s answer to Outlook – Thunderbird. It’s a great little system. One gripe is that the version I have doesn’t have a built-in calendar function, and I’m lost without that. But try it. I think it’s a nicer setup.

  2. Julia says:

    Lori, I’m loving Thunderbird! Thank you!!

  3. Nancy says:

    I’m a huge Firefox fan!

    I’ve never tried Thunderbird, though — I may have to go check that out now…

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