Re: helping the IE6 crowd upgrade
- I feel your pain Jeffry ;-)
I just started scratching the surface of css, and already having
Btw, I just came across http://browsershots.org/ It's a site that
provides screenshots of your site in almost every OS/browser flavour.
Might come in handy. It does have a daily limit though..
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Jeffrey Martin" <360cities@...>
> I've thought instead to have a friendly popup appear on our web page for
> people who view the page in IE6. Something like:
> "This website has been built using state-of-the-art techniques, some of
> which might perform slowly on the browser you are using. If you are
> interested in seeing all of your web pages
> load faster and perform better, we recommend that you install firefox,
> opera, or chrome. (If you are a corporate user who does not have
> to install software, it should be possible to install Chrome)"IE6 users
> I'm only half joking here. The truth of the matter really is that
> are hampering the evolution of the web by continuing to use thisobsolete
> browser, and they are wasting the time of every web developer in theworld,
> who eventually has to hack together stuff to make their site workproperly
> on this non-standards-compliant abomination.lost cause
> Does anyone have a good idea on what do to about this? Or is it a
> that we'll have to suffer through for another few years?
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