I guess you don't realizes IE comes with OSX.
If I took your advice about 75% of my users would be ignored; since my
corporate intranet people set up their sites for IE MAC and WIN and
many of my users use IE MAC as their browser for everything.
Something tells that a site for a institute teaching graphic arts has
MAC users. I know in NYC 95% of the graphic arts community uses MACs.
On Jul 28, 2005, at 7:13 PM, D Ross wrote:
> Don't code your site for ie mac. ie mac has been abandoned by
> microsoft and hasnt been updated in 3 or so years and never will be.
> More importantly, don't code for ie mac for the simple fact that your
> catering to people who havent updated their browsers and computers in
> a VERY long time.
> The trouble it has with some basic css is not worth all the extra
> hours you'll spend coding for it when it's a browser only used by 1 in
> 5,000 users.
> If youre worried about mac browsers code for safari and firefox.
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