Nah nah, too bad. 2012 for IE6
You can ignore the previous version, 6 years after the last version has been released. Because IE7 was released in 2006, we can ignore IE6 in 2012.
Yea sorry, I messed up! It was too late!
The book says you can ignore the previous version after 6 year of the release of a new version. So because IE7 was released in 2006, we can stop being accountable for bugs in IE6 in 2012. Quite a mistake on my behalve, sorry!
Weird, I quoted from the book Prioritizing Web Usability by Jakob Nielsen.
I guess they messed up the numbers.
But the good news is that whe can safely ignore IE6 right away! (Due to him)
Following Jakob Nielsens usability theories, you should consider designing for browsers versions up to 5 years old. Since IE6 was launched in 2007, that might be what the maya’s where fearing about 2012
The Extended License is also very useful if you want a nice Freebee for you website or to resell it.
But yea, it’s much up to the honesty of buyers.
Not so active on social design networks. Twitter and facebook already take a lot of my time. But I have been active on DeviantArt for a while.
I’ve got the proof for it. These go $2000 for one piece of poo.