Allowance

The bigger problem than not designing to allow for IE6 users is ensuring yours site still appears the same way for them as intended.

As I have discovered this morning upon my personal site, any element with the attribute position:fixed may not appear where positioned, and other elements will be pushed around accordingly. Not pretty, and not what I want at all!

Therefore IF IE6 comments will be required within the CSS to allow for those users. Should I go this far? I suspect so, as my main viewers have no choice with their browser choice due to their workplace IT-department not wanting to update the default browser.

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