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Windows Live Community Builder

Nov - 21 - 2007
Nicole C. Engard

So, I read on TechCrunch and Lifehacker about Windows Live Community Builder and I want to poke around a bit (because I’m trying not to be prejudiced) – but the link takes me to a very minimal looking page.

Windows Live Community Builder in FF

I tried a few different links and then thought … hmmm … this is Microsoft, I wonder if it will work in IE – and low and behold it does. How can you expect to get respect if your tool doesn’t work in all browsers? I guess I’ll just have to wait to try it out until I can use it in Firefox, because it’s not that important to me to have to use IE for just one website.

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4 Responses so far.

  1. Rachel says:

    Hey – try the ietab extension for firefox — I have it for the few sites that don’t display properly and it works slick, you just click an icon and the rendering changes to IE inside your firefox window ;).

  2. Rachel says:

    Hey – try the ietab extension for firefox — I have it for the few sites that don’t display properly and it works slick, you just click an icon and the rendering changes to IE inside your firefox window ;).

  3. Nicole says:

    Yeah – I have it – I just don’t like the way it works.

  4. Nicole says:

    Yeah – I have it – I just don’t like the way it works.


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