The stats (taken from http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp ) do favor FF a lot… “W3Schools is for training only. We do not warrant the correctness of its content.”
(yeah wiki is all made up stuff… just use it for the links on that table to find the truth)
I thought FF some how became the #1 browser with the stats shown here, but sadly it is still second to MSIE (if you count IE7 and IE8 together… 3rd if you don’t).
1 Internet Explorer 7.0 19.33%
2 Internet Explorer 8.0 19.06%
3 Firefox 3.5 18.74%
(taken from http://w3counter.com/globalstats.php )
Also, a side note: http://www.thecounter.com/stats/2009/December/browser.php LOL
You had a few lightboxes, but I really like Colorbox plugin, its very easy to use and customize; worth a mention. jCarousel is an easy image slider jQuery plugin that is very nice.
Also, “Which Ones di we Miss?” the “d”.
When hovering over a thumbnail the big tooltip picture doesnt work correctly. it seems that very often the area which triggers the hover effect is offset a few pixel from the real image.
this occurs on my follower feed and the popular item page. http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/6366/hoverd.jpgI am using firefox 3.5.3 on a mac
Yeah, I have the same problem with Firefox 3.5.3 on Win7 I noticed that you you have to hover over the top of the thumb ( the part in your image where the red and the thumb both are) for the lightbox to appear, and stay in the red box for it to lightbox to not go away. So it is very odd, hopefully just moving the hover area down will fix this.