• Posted by Peter Haza
  • On February 18, 2009

  • Filed under Internet Explorer Campaign, Society

  • 5 Comments

National collaboration to push out Internet Explorer 6

Today is a big day, both from a national and an international point of view. From just a tiny message on the microblogging community twitter, now almost all Norwegian news papers online show a message to their users still using Internet explorer 6, telling them to upgrade to IE7 or another more secure and standards compliant browser.

I think this is a great initiative, and a very special one too. It’s not often you see all the media corporations in Norway agree on something, but this time they did.

I’ve marked Feb. 18th 2009 on my calendar, and I’ll keep checking the statistics to see if we see a significant drop or not.

I’ve also started to track pages who show a IE6-warning:
Norwegian sites here: http://blog.peterhaza.no/current-web-sites-in-norway-warning-against-internet-explorer-6/
International sites: http://blog.peterhaza.no/current-international-web-sites-warning-against-internet-explorer-6/

5 comments

  1. Posted by PiotrBurda 23rd February, 2009 at 06:50 pm |

    <a href=”http://www.narty.pl” target=”_blank”>http://www.narty.pl joins your fight (biggest Polish wintersport Portal)

    screen: <a href="http://www.narty.pl/nartyplie6.jpg" i wanted to post this comment in internationa section but it`s here sory.target="blank"><a href=”http://www.narty.pl/nartypl_ie6.jpg” target=”_blank”>http://www.narty.pl/nartypl_ie6.jpg

  2. Posted by Lea 22nd January, 2010 at 12:44 pm |

    http://www.assolea.ee joins the fight!

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