Steve Rydz on Universal Internet Explorer 6 CSS

One argument I would use is that by taking this approach we can use the most up to date techniques to design the clients site without worrying about it inevitably breaking in IE6 and consequently spending hours (if not days) fixing it. I really can’t see why any level headed, reasonable client would not go for this. — A fair assessment.

 
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