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Wed, 15 Jul 2009

One More Nail in IE6's Coffin

So YouTube and some other sites are phasing out support for IE6 [0]. It's about frakking time. Developing web apps assuming IE6 support would be comical if it weren't so painful. No built-in PNG support? Are you kidding me? One very large company I contracted for still used IE6 as its standard corporate browser. Yup, that's right, in 2009. Die, IE6, die.

posted at: 09:24 | path: / | permalink | IE6, Internet, Microsoft