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There is a growing movement on the Internet to discontinue support for Internet Explorer 6. Here are some sites all about stopping support for IE6:


Nice list. Down with IE6, it is literally a nightmare for many developers and designers even to this day. LEARN TO RENDER CONTENT THE SAME AS EVERYBODY ELSE, ok rant ended.

Internet explorer 6 is the most criticized web browser even today.

Sure if you are an individual you have already moved to Firefox or safari. However larger organizations have yet to move away from the internet explorer era.

It is a nightmare for developers since we still put in those old conditional statements for IE6

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