From: Dave M G [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> IE6 is dead to me now.
While this is certainly your, and your clients choice not to support IE6, it seems a little
shortsighted. I'd to point out just a couple of things.
First, there are undoubtedly many, many people who _cannot_ run IE7 on their computer, because their
OS does not support it, and they are unable or unwilling to upgrade their computer. These same
people could indeed use a different browser, but why should they?
run IE7) can get to your page, I have to click off an error message. Doesn't make me feel very
confident about what else I am going to encounter in your pages.
IE6 is still supported, by many, many practical people, designers and developers and clients as
well. The fact that you and your client have chosen not to support it should be indicated, with a
wording change in the alert, to the effect that YOU do no choose to support IE6, not that it is
Finally, I would rethink leaving potetentially offensive descriptions in the comments of your
source. You have no idea why people have chosen not to use IE7, and someone, like me, might be
offended to find out that you think my "browser sucks."
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