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This is exactly the way I do it too. Except I explicitly tell all clients that "IE6 support will cost you XX hours extra". At $120+ an hour they think twice about IE6
Unless my math fails me then the average price would never drop below $10 if you only present the three options $20, $average and $10
On the other hand, if you're setting up a web server and you don't make the first component of the name www then I would have to say that you are dense and you're not really doing your job properly.
I can accept "www" for the "main" site. Just. But for subdomains? No way I'm going to name a site www.subdomain.example.com.
I'm so glad you're not running my DNS / Apache. I would have to fire you on the grounds of idiotic incompetance.
I'm a web developer paid by the hour. When estimating a project for a client I say to them that I will make their site work in all modern browsers (that is IE7+, FF2+ and Safari 3+). It will render in IE6 but will most likely not be pixel perfect. I will also say that I absolutely can make their site render pixel perfect in IE6 but it will be time consuming.
At $200+ an hour they always choose to let IE6 go.
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Actually that's exactly what NOT to do. IE6 users need to be constantly made aware that they are using an obsolete browser. The sites being visited by the bosses need to break in IE6. That might turn things around.
watt is joules per second. It's a unit of energy. Heat is energy.
What are you talking about? 5 digit UID was easy.
If you want to include a Mac in the mix, you have to do the latter, as the forme rdoesn't support Mac OS X as a host or guest.
I wish someone had told me that before I started running Windows Server 2003 inside VMWare Fusion on my OS X. I take it that the Fusion VM running OS X Server is also a figment of my imagination?