I don’t think that’s necessary, as Hype supports IE6. Not for all properties, but a lot of them.
If for some reason you think it’s necessary, you can use Conditional Comments…
That’s fantastic, how does it support it?
If Hype doesn’t support a feature in a certain browser, a yellow warning icon should appear. No yellow icons, no problems.
But really… IE6 is an old browser. It’s horribly insecure and should not be supported. Not even Microsoft supports it.
Do you honestly ever think that the choice of supporting IE6 is the designer/developers?
Every time I post a question about it somebody tells me not to support it.
I, of all people, would prefer not to support it, it is a royal pain in my ass. But alas it still needs support for the work I’m doing, hospitals never upgrade.
(Don’t take my snarky-ness personally, it wasn’t aimed at you, thanks for helping)
I feel your pain! But we do take pride in Hype animations working well in IE 6
Is there something specific with your Hype document not working in IE6 that makes you want to use a poster image?
WOW! That is impressive. How the hell did you get the animations to work in everything? All right, you have my undying respect, it works perfectly in IE6 and IE8 on Windows XP, that’s a freaking miracle!!!
Now I understand why there was no documentation about it.
Glad to hear that!
I’m reminded by my an exasperated expression of my grandmother’s: “It wasn’t easy!” but in reality IE 6 is the first modern browser with many features we take for granted - just they don’t always use the standard syntax of today.