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BuchmannDesign says

I say if it’s strictly a “business” type of theme, then support it. If it’s a portfolio/blog, then don’t.

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theMOLITOR says

Check out my banner on my profile page and you’ll see how I feel about iE6 ;-)

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mlando says
Check out my banner on my profile page and you’ll see how I feel about iE6 ;-)

Nice… I Like. Yes I do feel the same way. As I have said in another post… Microsoft continues to give us developers the finger with poor support for standards—even in their latest, greatest. I do not use any of their browsers other than for testing. In Fact I find ways to avoid using any of their products. Not a (complete) Hater… just disgusted with having to deal with their IE problems for so long it leaves a bad taste.

Thanks all for the input. Just wanted to see how everyone still felt about IE6 support.

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jeffeatworld says

I’ve concentrated on high quality admin themes on here, so I’ve always tried to be as cross-browser compatible as I can, purely because I get the whole market then.

If I was doing a creative type portfolio I probably wouldn’t worry so much about IE6 for this marketplace, because the target audience is likely going to be creative web designers who know what’s-what.

I still think though, if it’s an easy fix or a decent compromise, try and cater for IE6 especially for things like making forms look pretty and keeping it accessible.

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campuscodi says
I don’t support IE6 , I will never support IE6 anymore in my entire life :D
Same here! :)

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wpthemess says

Hi customers or clients prefers first so I ‘m working IE unfortunately. In fact IE series not necessary for the design cause thats have many bugs and fixes.. I don’t want to design for IE.. ;-)

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Biggish says

There is always a compromise. As for me… I never use ugly css fixes and IE6 loves me :)

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