I'm no expert more of an average user, although I have from time to time put together a website or two. So first of all thank you Justin, your articles are always informative and on occasion, for me anyway, quite helpful.
I haven't been exposed to all the "headaches" most if not all of you seem to express towards IE; I would think you would be thankful for the work it's provided you, though.
But on a serious note, how does one then produce for the web when ultimately the end user has the final say as to how things get rendered. This to me, a meticulous, annal-retentive, pain in the *&%$, and this is just my wife's opinion, would drive me nuts; knowing that all the time and labor of love I put into my work could be ignored by a simple preference. Then again, thank mother nature for personal choices.
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