> At the same time, there are millions out there who don't give > a hoot what > browser they use, are afraid to download, or are within a university, > company, or organization where changing browsers takes > practically an act > of congress. So it's not an easy thing to crack, that's for sure. > Which is exactly why we have to *show* them that their browser is out of date and *encourage* them to upgrade it somehow. If we continue to support older browsers by painstakingly recreating and recoding our designs, there's a significant danger that the paying client will gravitate towards the cheaper (because she's standards compliant) designer. Educating clients on cross browser compatibility will eventually sound like a *magic* way to increase the fee - how long will they stand for it? Act NOW! Educate, Inform, and standardise. Before it's too late.