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JuanTomasoli
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JuanTomasoli
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well. Google has been communicated since long time ago.

http://www.dtelepathy.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/youtube_ie6.png

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luckykind
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All the good authors will compensate for IE6

It’s a little sad you think that way… I don’t think compensating for IE6 or not makes you a good or bad author.

It’s because developers and designers continue to support IE6 that IE6 users don’t feel they have any need to upgrade. When support for IE6 stops, IE6 users will notice more and more websites that are broken… or that say they need to upgrade their browser

...and then they’re more likely to do so.

They’re not just going to stop using the internet just because we no longer support IE6 .

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divtype
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All the good authors will compensate for IE6

It’s a little sad you think that way… I don’t think compensating for IE6 or not makes you a good or bad author.

It’s because developers and designers continue to support IE6 that IE6 users don’t feel they have any need to upgrade. When support for IE6 stops, IE6 users will notice more and more websites that are broken… or that say they need to upgrade their browser

...and then they’re more likely to do so.

They’re not just going to stop using the internet just because we no longer support IE6 .

Good answer, I agree!

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OrdinaryThemes
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It’s because developers and designers continue to support IE6 that IE6 users don’t feel they have any need to upgrade.

+1

I just can’t say it better. :)

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TypoSigns
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Next is IE7 lol

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All the good authors will compensate for IE6

It’s a little sad you think that way… I don’t think compensating for IE6 or not makes you a good or bad author.

It’s because developers and designers continue to support IE6 that IE6 users don’t feel they have any need to upgrade. When support for IE6 stops, IE6 users will notice more and more websites that are broken… or that say they need to upgrade their browser

...and then they’re more likely to do so.

They’re not just going to stop using the internet just because we no longer support IE6 .

Just remember, this is a business, if compensating for IE6 will give me extra money then I will, buyers talk and I’ll be glad to help, I don’t want a bunch of comments in my item just because they need IE6 compatibility.

PS. My main focus is Corporate sites btw ;)

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HaziqMir
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great! but would it affect sales in any way???

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ThemeCatcher
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There is a god!!!! ha ha love it

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CreativeStable
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I swear that like half of the IE6 usage reflected in statistics is from frustrated developers trying to get crap to work. I generally make things readable and “work” in ie6, but not concerned about pixel-perfect design.

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