It's interesting to see these figures from W3C Schools site in contrast to The Counter figures... http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp I note there is a months difference in the collation of the figures, but the disparity is somewhat disconcerting... Best, T __________________________________________ T A G e: tigdh at tigdh.com m: 0434 249 753 (int) +61434 249 753 p: (03) 6334 2631 (int) +61 3 6334 2631 On 24/10/2007, at 11:24 PM, Jon Hughes wrote: > > Technically and in terms of content the page is well done, > congrats. :) > However, as I have to login to post a comment (and I don't want to > register), my comment is here: > > > "...The fact is, IE6 is not that hard to code for, ..." > > Actually, _that_ is the very problem. No real IE hate here, but there > is a more or less clear way things should be: There are standards, and > there are browsers that should implement them. Having "to code for" a > given browser simply is neither what is intended in this technology > nor > what is desirable either for developers or for users. That said, I > share the opinion of the site you quoted about "giving up IE6" and, > though in a kind way, asking people to please use a better browser. ;) > > Just my $0.02, of course... > > Cheers, > Kristian > Hi Kristian, I appreciate your comments (and suggestion -- you no longer need to register/log in to post a comment, I forgot to turn that off, silly me) I'm curious as to what industry you work in, and how you can justify losing up to 50% of your viewers simply because you have to "code for" a specific browser. I would agree wholeheartedly with this decision if IE6 didn't command such a huge audience. - Jon -- * * Please support the community that supports you. * * http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !