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Breakdown of modern web design

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Thanks to mrpijey for this

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BRILL!

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Lol. So true...

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Thats why I don't design for IE.
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Fireware wrote:Thats why I don't design for IE.
I design for FF, then fix for IE. Works easier that way.

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I tend to not bother with IE6, only IE7 or newer. cuts a lot of work out.

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Which is why I find it impossible to do web design at school with IE7 and no FF

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