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Old 12-16-2011, 04:54 AM   #4
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I don't know of any developers around here who are still hacking codes to accommodate IE6. I think we have all signed up to the IE6 countdown program.
http://www.ie6countdown.com/

If essential to cater for IE6 (eg if selling to China) then I guess the "simple" solution is either go back to XHTML or litter the pages with IE conditional code. I don't know of anyone who has tried to use Shiv to work with IE6. It is bad enough trying to get some CSS3 elements to work with IE7 using PIE, but it may be worth a look as it does extend some CSS3 capability to IE6. http://css3pie.com/

   
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