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Pandemic says

I remember at one point Jeffery saying this wouldn’t be required by October 1st. Did that change or do we no longer have to support it?

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CreativeMilk says

Good question…....

Well Jeffery…............ give us some good news ;)

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CreatingDrew says

When it goes under 10%, it will be dropped. If trends continue it should be January when support is dropped (going by w3schools as Jeffrey has been).

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vasilios says

We’re getting there. 2.1% left. :|

http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_explorer.asp

Hopefully it’ll be our Christmas present and it’ll be dropped this December because according to the stats, it should be. :)

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JeffreyWay says

Let’s say this. Once that percentages gets below 11%, it’ll become optional. Based on the .5 – 1% it’s losing every month, that should be by December. :)

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Pandemic says

Thanks, Jeffrey. :)

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Meshach says
Let’s say this. Once that percentages gets below 11%, it’ll become optional. Based on the .5 – 1% it’s losing every month, that should be by December. :)

+100 :)

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Hy-Studio says

I was just looking at the w3schools site: IE Stat and I was wondering if it is still needed to add IE6 support when creating new templates from now on?

I mean, for the moment there is only 12.1% of IE6 usage, IE6 is a real pain in the A.. so from my point of view I’ll just stop supporting it from now one :)

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g_gilmore says

You should remember that IE6 support is still required by a ton of people, including myself, that purchase templates from this site.

I’d think twice before dropping it once it becomes optional.

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Meshach says
You should remember that IE6 support is still required by a ton of people, including myself, that purchase templates from this site. I’d think twice before dropping it once it becomes optional.

I don’t see a “ton of people” posting “I WANT IE6 SUPPORT !”.

So, yeah..

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