10% of UK websites are inaccessible

After all this time, one in ten websites are still not supporting Firefox. Luckily, I don’t use any of them.

“Surprisingly, after all these years, users of standard-compliant browsers are still faced with sites that do not support their browser or with a link suggesting they download Internet Explorer,” said Deri Jones, chief executive of SciVisum.

1 comment

  1. Firefox isn’t the big problem – if yr on Firefox, at least there’s the option of IE hidden away on Windows somewhere. The real reason sites need to be accessible is so that they work faster, more easily indexed by search engines, so they work on phones/pdas, so they work on screenreaders. Grrrph. Not Firefox.