It’s released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 UK license so feel free to use it, adapt it, whatever… The source document (in Microsoft Publisher 2010 format) is available on the site too.
The cheat sheet is released under a Creative Commons license, allowing you to adapt the work so long as I’m attributed. The file is available in PDF and Microsoft Publisher 2007/2010 (source copy) formats, as well as on Scribd.
Fancy starting a new campaign with me? It’s a campaign of collusion for Web designers and it’s really pretty simple, I can’t believe that we’ve not thought of it sooner.
Here’s how it goes: we all agree to completely ignore the existence of Internet Explorer!
That’s it! As simple as that.
It will, of course, lead to conversations like this:
Client: That new site you’ve just designed, it doesn’t work in Internet Explorer
Web designer: Inter.. what?
Client: Internet Explorer. My web browser. Internet Explorer 7. IE7?
Web designer: IE7? Never heard of it.
Client: You must have heard of it. Internet Explorer! It comes installed on every Windows PC.
Web designer: It’s not on mine. Seriously? It’s called IE7? … nope! Really doesn’t ring a bell, I’m afraid. It must be one of those really tiny, unpopular browsers. We don’t support those, there’s no point.
That’s my dream anyway, and has absolutely nothing to do with my spending a week debugging some code in IE6 and IE7 … whatever they are.