Netscape had most of the market until Microsoft got involved. Now everything seems to be shifting towards Explorer. I have yet to see another company come in and outdo Microsoft at something it has already been doing for a while. It's just not possible. Microsoft knows what new technologies it will develop and will update Explorer so that it goes with those technologies. Any other browser will be playing catch up. It's not that I like Microsoft that much at all, but they are pushing the envelope on new technology, not necessarily because they invent it, but they almost always set the industry standard.
I have tried a few versions of Opera, and the only thing I really didn't like was paying for it (I won't).<BR><BR>I got (previously) the impression that it was primarily used in corporate intranet settings...<BR><BR>I saw the news earlier so I went to see Opera.com.<BR>I could not find any developer docs and I saw comments in opera's newsgroups about that lack.<BR><BR>I don't know if they are planning to create such a thing, but if they don't, I don't think they will see any market penetration.<BR><BR>It's too bad they didn't buy Netscape instead of AOL, there might have been something.<BR><BR>What browser other than IE can do XSL-T?<BR><BR>