Internet Explorer 6, a heavily hated browser by web developers, is almost nearing its end with less than 5% market share now.Read More
The corporate world uses a balanced combination of the flaws and popularity of IE6 to block popular and AJAX rich social networking websites for its employees.Read More
In most other web browsers, you can highlight any word or phrase on a web page, then right click on it and search for it using a search engine. Internet Explorer seems to be missing this feature. I’ll show you how add this feature to Internet Explorer.Read More
Looks like IE6 has a lot of enemies which are looking to kill the 8 year old baby of Microsoft. A site called IE6 Funeral has cropped up on the interwebs, which claims that IE6 died on March 1st 2010 and its funeral will be held on March 4th 2010.Read More
YouTube will officially drop support for Internet Explorer 6 on March 13th. Support may also be dropped for Firefox 2 on Mac OS X. Users of IE6 and FF2 will be displayed a interstitial which asks them to upgrade their browser.Read More
Google’s popular social network Orkut drops support for IE6 and encourages users to use one of the other popular browsers like IE8, Chrome and Firefox.Read More
If you are looking to test your webpages in multiple versions of IE, including IE8 Beta 2, IE7, IE6 and IE5.5 we have a solution for you that works flawlessly in both Windows Vista and Windows XP. Sometime back we had mentioned about another such tool called IE Collections, but unfortunately it did not work [...]Read More
I recently released a new Wordpress theme for my blog and tested it out in various browsers. Thanks to all my commentators who pointed out issues and even suggested changes for making the theme better.
The one issue that no one pointed out to me was the transparency issue with my logo image in IE6. The logo image was looking a little weird in IE6 browsers. I could not figure out as to why it was happening but a quick Google search and I came across what the problem was and how to resolve it.