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  1. Tim Marshall

    I’d been toying with the idea for a while now wether to drop IE6 support or at least charge more for making it look as the designs intended. I opted for the charging extra idea because as bad a browser as it is; clients need the sites you design for them to be visible to as many people as possible and all the time IE6 still commands a reasonably high user base then IE6 will continue to survive and be a pain in the proverbial.

    The time it takes to bug fix things in IE6 is a real resource hog and at least this way i get to charge for my time as opposed to making a loss on a project.