Big companies such as Google and Youtube have had to deal with the IE6 problem on a large scale. Their pages display a warning message to advise IE6 users that the page may not display correctly, and suggest upgrading to a more recent browser.

Personally I think it is reasonable to take this approach, given the age of IE6 and its declining market share. However I would be interested in the attitude of other developers.

Kind regards,

Grant Bailey

On 19/12/2010 2:03 AM, Anthony Gr. wrote:
Sorry :)
<!--[if gt IE 6]><!-->
...
of course.

Best,
Anton.


2010/12/18 Anthony Gr.<ant.grak...@gmail.com>:
Hi. I think, this example will help you:

<!--[if gte IE 6]><!-->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css">
<!--<![endif]-->


Best,
Anton


2010/12/18 tee<weblis...@gmail.com>:
I am finally to begin to stop supporting IE6 starts from 2011 as the usage has 
fallen below 5%. I don't want the IE6 users to see a broken page due to no 
special treatment made for the browser, rather, I would like them to see an 
un-styled page as if the style sheet has switch off.

Can this be done?

Thanks!

tee

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