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Hi,

Appreciate I'm in an extreme minority using ie6 (at work, where I have no choice to upgrade or use alternatives) but with the other stackexchange sites I use (stackoverflow and webmasters) I can reply to questions, add comments and vote. In programmers I don't seem to be able to do any of these.

I'm not going to lose sleep if this doesn't get fixed, I understamnd the pain ie6 causes - just seems odd that some stack exchange sites are ie6 functional, whilst this one isn't.

closed as too localized by yannis Nov 21 '12 at 13:17

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  • Why can't you upgrade? IE6 is not only extremely outdated, but unsecure. You should talk to your management about getting that problem fixed :) – jmort253 Feb 16 '11 at 3:36
  • We have: hmg.gov.uk/epetition-responses/… – MrG Feb 16 '11 at 8:39
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I agree, it is odd since they are all using the same engine -- therefore it has to be the css of this particular site.

Can you try disabling stylesheets?

We don't want to spend any additional engineering resources on ie6 at this point.

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This is : IE6 is not supported at all, and even IE7 is minimally supported. Check Meta Stack Overflow for a list of browsers that are currently supported. Things might work in IE6 on some sites, but working functionality is purely coincidental.

  • That's cool, thanks for replying. Just a small point, in the post you link to Jeff states "The site will work in IE6 but may not look entirely correct." It seems this is not the case. – MrG Feb 12 '11 at 9:39

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