In case you are reading in a text-only browser, It reads (my emphasis):
Error ! The current browser is either too old or too modern (usind DOM document structure).
This is followed by the header of a calendar, with no days showing, set to January 2000.
If it really was still January 2000, maybe I could understand (wait, no I wouldn’t – Netscape was still alive and kicking back then). But in 2008, to consciously choose not to support browsers used by a large percentage, if not majority of potential customers, simply boggles the mind.
I like Firefox. I really do. But I am really getting sick of seeing things like this in my Task Manager:
For all of its faults, the amount of memory that FF2 uses to perform simple tasks compared to IE7 is simply unacceptable. If they cant figure this out in the next few releases, I am think that they will lose me as an every day user (I will still keep it installed to use FireBug and the WebDev toolbar when I need to).
Multiple versions of Explorer for Windows on a single computer have revolutionized CSS bug testing for websites, but sadly the different IE browser windows appear identical to the eye, potentially leading to confusion and testing mistakes.
Although Internet Explorer 7 (which your Windows XP computer should have already automatically downloaed and installed) is definitely a step up from its predecessor, some people (ie: web designers and developers) will still have a need to run IE6. If this is your case, read Taming Your Multiple IE Standalones (reference from Robert Nyman)