So OpenCart 1.5 should be held up for those that are pirating illegal software? I think not...gocreative wrote:Technically speaking, it may be. Many corporations still use IE6 for one reason or another, as do many Asian countries where Windows XP is heavily pirated and still in use. Upgrades aren't possible on a pirate version therefore they're stuck with IE6.opencartisalright wrote:"IE6 compatible" is not a selling point to anyone.
For those legitimate corporations who are still on IE6, chances are the people who are browsing the web while at work also have a computer at home along with an updated version of their favorite browser. They are probably used to the fact that sites they visit at work look like crap due to IE6. So i'm sure they would just visit your site when they got home if they really wanted to buy something from you.
Bottom line, IE6 should have been retired long ago, and those people who are still supporting it are guilty of keeping a 10 year old browser alive. The faster people drop it the better.