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---- Do you still design for IE6?
explorador - 9:18 pm on Oct 13, 2009 (gmt 0)I don't use specific browser tricks or hacks
|So anywho...as a designer/programmer, do you worry about IE6 anymore? |
Yes I do. I don't use it but many of my visitors still have IE6. The percentage is not huge, but 20%, 10% and even 5% might represent a lot of people depending on your traffic numbers.
I code my html-css designs testing with Opera, Firefox, IE8 and IE6 at the same time. I even check it on linux with konqueror and FF as I've experienced some issues that doesn't appear on the Win side.
I try to keep things simple, it is easier to grow and redesign when you begin with one html, one css... One final code for every browser.
If I can't find a way out on what I want to do, I look for another way to do it instead of "fixing it".
Remember, its been discussed before how browsers TRY to figure out your code and FIX the supposed html-css. Browsers aren't truly WYSIWYG so a multi option testing approach seems better for me.
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