The idea of charging clients more to make their website look identical in older browsers is not exactly earth shattering. That said I’m amazed how few web designers take this approach. For me the logic is simple. Producing pixel perfect design in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 takes longer and therefore I should be paid for that extra time.
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