Firefox 2.0 breaks client-side XSL for RSS and Atom feeds
Nov 08, 2006
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Count me among those who doesn't like Firefox's new way of interpreting RSS feeds. Sure, I hate Feedburner styling. Still, at least I'm getting what I clicked on. The other option is to automatically subscribe to RSS feeds. Don't select that. At first I thought it was convenient. But twice in two days now I've simply wanted to see the content, not to subscribe - and Firefox efffectively made it impossible to see the content. Bad browser, bad. See also firefox, rss, xsl - from anger to apathy. Total: 993
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