Daniel Luz of http://mernen.com/ says:

For “Things You Can’t Do In IE6″, I’d like to suggest an article about min/max-width. I find it to be a quite useful feature, and IE7 already supports it, so it could be another nice argument. –Daniel Luz

These four CSS properties (min-width, min-height, max-width, max-height) do pretty much what you expect (in modern browsers): set an element’s minimum and maximum width and height).

It’s March… What’s Next?

Kill_IE7 emailed:

IE7 will be 3 years old in Nov this year, since it was released in 2006. You should continue your campaign and switch focus to IE7 soon to reduce IE7 usage before it becomes another IE6 mess.

Say by the end of 2010, drop all support for IE7? IE8 isn’t really much better either since it doesn’t support many key standards compliant features like SVG, CSS3, Canvas etc. Better to encourage everyone to use another browser instead of IE.

Oh ye of little faith. Notice I didn’t name the site ie6deathmarch.org.

With any luck, Microsoft will be releasing IE8 at MIX 09 (to add fuel to that fire, check out Countdown to MIX09: Internet Explorer 8 Says Hello World on the MIX09 website).

Once IE8 is out, it’ll be even easier to justify dropping support for IE6 to the powers that be, assuming you haven’t already joined the IE Death March.

The Web Squeeze

Jacob of The Web Squeeze says:

With much deliberation we have decided that we will no longer be supporting IE6. We will encourage the members of our web design and development community to join your effort and STOP supporting IE6. In fact, to assist in the effort we will be making a post on our web design magazine to inform our readers about your site and motivate them to join the endeavor!

As of March 2009, The Web Squeeze, LLC. is no longer supporting IE6! –Jacob Haug

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