IE6 Dies, Design Firm Hosts Funeral: Ding Dong IE6 Is Dead (Finally)

Today, TechCrunch reported that a web design firm in Denver will be holding the official funeral for IE6 on March 4. Given Mashable’s report today that YouTube plans to stop supporting the bane of my browser-testing existence on March 13, it seems like an appropriate time to officially wave bon voyage to the browser every web developer from here to HTML5 hates.

You can RSVP for the funeral here. And don’t worry, if you can’t make it, you can always send flowers as a tribute. Just don’t send them via IE6. At least not if you want them to actually arrive the way they’re supposed to.


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