I usually don't bother to check my pages with IE anymore, and if I do, I just make sure it's not entirely f'd up. If it is, I don't fix it more than is needed so that it just barely isn't so anymore. That is, I'm deliberately aiming for IE users to have a bearable, yet slightly annoying experience, so they can stick to their choice if they really want to or have no choice, while they should still feel the pressure to switch browsers in order to have a better browsing experience.

--Jani, 23-Jun-2005

Along the same tracks with Jani.

Except for the fact that nowadays I don't bother even if they are entirely f'd up.

But I added a banner telling that the browser is outdated and that the visitor should download a Mozilla. The banner is defined as invisible with proper CSS. Since IE can't read it, it does not understand it should be invisible and shows it.

--, 23-Jun-2005

(Said Markus)

--Markus, 23-Jun-2005

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