Many web developers more than I could believe are still spending a lot of time to optimize their works for Internet Explorer 6.
This practice was necessary some years ago when IE6 maintained an important market share near to the 20%— 30% but now it’s just a time consuming and non-value added activity.
Recent statistics, updated to November 2010, report that the most popular browsers are Internet Explorer with a market share of 28.6% in particular IE8 with 17.6% and IE7 with 6,5% and Firefox with 44%. Internet Explorer 6 maintains only a residual share near to 4%. That means, in average, every 100 people that visit a website potentially only 4 of them could not display in the right way its pages.
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