Internet Explorer 6 is the default browser included with Windows XP. Despite being released in 2001, Internet Explorer 6 is still widely used, and is still supported by Microsoft in Windows XP SP3. Windows Vista and Windows 7 ship with later versions of Internet Explorer.
There is a push from many web sites and Microsoft itself for users to upgrade from Internet Explorer 6. Popular web services like Gmail and YouTube no longer support Internet Explorer 6, and Microsoft is actively encouraging users to upgrade to later versions of Internet Explorer.
This guide will show you how to use some of the advanced features in Internet Explorer, and how to create websites that work in old browsers like Internet Explorer 6.
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