It's time to put the ancient, old, antique browser Internet Explorer 6 where it belongs... in the past. And if you feel you need your website designed to work with IE6, there will be additional programming costs.
This is not an anti-Microsoft rant. The newer IE7 is a tremendous step forward (thanks to competition from Firefox). This is simply a matter of economics. Web Developers waste too much time trying to get their site designs to work with IE6, and that time/cost must be pushed to the website owners.
Unfair? Just another way to make money? No. Let me explain...
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