Every web developer loves to wail on Internet Explorer but we need to act now if we want to stop the history of IE6 repeating itself with IE8. The longer we don’t, the longer we agree to limit ourselves to not using new and exciting features that make the internet better and our lives easier.
It’s an Opera of gigantic proportions with the company behind the, err, Opera browser whinging to the European Commission that Microsoft shouldn’t be allowed to include their browser IE with Windows.
Considering the lower performance of Vista’s games for power-players, I’m taking a look at how to grab older versions from an existing XP installation and get them working on Vista.
Six years old and still causing plenty of headaches for webdevelopers, IE6 represents everything that is bad and wrong with Microsoft… But there is hope! Figures show that IE6 usage is dropping right off, really much faster than could be expected.
Stuart Brown of Modern Life is Rubbish put down my webdev language of choice. He says he uses it so I can’t take him to the cleaners completely with his post but there are a few pointers that I really want to address.
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