Save The Developers!

As anyone who builds websites knows one of the biggest problems is getting this to look the same across the many different browsers and operating systems. IE6 has long been a pain in neck for all. Even though newer versions of IE have been available for a long time, IE6 continues to dominate in terms of usage.

Come help Save The Developers!. The more sites that no longer support IE6, the more incentive users will have to upgrade their browsers.

Say no to IE 6! Our current campaign focuses on assisting users in upgrading their Internet Explorer 6 web browser. This campaign will result in former IE 6 users having a more enjoyable experience on the web while (hopefully) creating a less stressful and complicated environment for web developers by hastening the retirement of an outdated browser.

I plan on getting this setup on Most Inspired soon, you have been warned!

About Mubashar Iqbal

Mubashar Iqbal is the creator of Most Inspired, a web designer and developer, who has been building websites for over 13 years. You can read his blog at Mubashar Iqbal
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4 Responses to Save The Developers!

  1. Great idea!! Just in time for IE8 😛

  2. Hi Mubashar,

    Being a web developer myself I’m quite familiar with the frustrations that IE6 causes and has for too long!!! So I fully support your idea and I will definitely implement the principle on my personal sites!

    A bit unfortunate though that there is a huge add from Xenocode on the page at the same time that encourages people to run legacy software on Vista, specifically IE6…! 🙂

    I know this is not ‘intentional’, it’s a Google add, but shouldn’t these endorsements not be avoided as well? Therefore: how could we avoid these?


  3. @IVO: Such is the contextual world we live in, but I haven’t seen the Xenocode ad at all.

    Adsense has a filter that allows you exclude ads from specific sites, so I’ll see about adding that one to the list.

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