Microsoft has decided. The feed indicator in IE 7 is still orange!
Most surprisingly it’s the same one that Firefox has. Well, not so much of a surprise, because it was the Mozilla foundation who kindly ‘donated’ it:
Thanks again to the Mozilla team for making the icon available and helping us do the right thing for all browser users.
It’s a good thing there’s some in-browser ‘standardisation’ on the RSS/Atom/Feed front. But what about those orange XML/RSS/Atom chicklets everywhere? How about some standardisation there? Maybe in conjunction with the above mentioned icon? Like so?
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Web Feed Icon Standardized
In what should prove a very wise move for XML web feed (RSS and Atom) adoption, Microsoft announced that they have agreed to use the same icon as Firefox to represent feeds in their upcoming IE 7.
A snippet from the announcement posted by the Micro…