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Browse Happy is a website created by the Web Standards Project in August 2004 to convince internet users to use a web browser other than Microsoft's Internet Explorer. It focuses on security issues in Internet Explorer and suggests four alternatives: Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome. The core of the site is a collection of stories of people who have switched from Internet Explorer to alternative web browsers.
On December 18, 2007, it was discovered that the browsehappy.com site contained hidden links in the footer to freecookingrecipes.net, an online recipe site. When pointed out on the wordpress.org and wordpress.com support forums, those links were quickly removed without a response from Automattic. The question remains if the site had been hacked or if the link had been purchased. [according to whom?]
- CNET News - Browser campaign slams IE - Paul Festa - August 24, 2004
- heise - "Glücklich browsen" ohne Internet Explorer - Staff Writer - 25.08.2004 
- BrowseHappy Now Part of WordPress as WaSP Refocuses Mission - Molly E. Holzschlag - 
- BrowseHappy's Homemade Holiday Treats
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