On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 12:56:09PM -0500, Philip Thompson wrote: > On Sep 17, 2009, at 4:04 AM, Ashley Sheridan wrote: > >> On Thu, 2009-09-17 at 16:41 +0800, Shelley wrote: >>> Hi all, >>> >>> With IE6, >>> >>> After the pages i developed was loaded, there seems to be no problem, >>> but when you then click a link, refresh the page, etc. it shows >>> "memory >>> could not be 'read'" error message. >>> >>> However, when you load other sites, google.com, for example, there >>> is no >>> such problem. >>> >>> Anybody knows how to fix this problem? >>> >>> Any help is appreciated & thanks in advance. >>> >> >> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899811 >> >> first result from a Google search >> >> Thanks, >> Ash > > Since this post is not PHP-related, I'll continue the trend. Are > people still using IE6? In sites I design, I prevent the user from > viewing it. If they're still on IE6, I don't want them to use my sites.
I bought a Windows XP PC about three years ago with IE6 on it (I normally do all my work in Linux). I haven't upgraded it, and I can't imagine why the average user would. If it ain't broke (and most users wouldn't consider IE6 broken), don't fix it. I will say this, though. Since I normally browse with Firefox on Linux, if a site gets pissy with me and insists I use IE or Mozilla on Windows, I typically don't go there anymore. So if you're interested in driving off people who are less technologically advanced than you'd like, I think you'll probably succeed. Paul -- Paul M. Foster -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php