I've been a website developer for about 18 months, 1 year of that spent at a sweatshop making 5-7 sites a week, mostly in html and tables. During that time, IE was only a bother sometimes to me, and most of the time the fixes weren't too hard to figure out. A few months back I got a new job, and have been pretty succesful at moving over to 'Web 2.0' and using CSS to design my pages. I've now since learned that IE7 is still a bastard child of the webworld, and M$ seems to be refusing to render valid, simple CSS code to W3C standards. I built a site last week that looked perfect in Safari, Firefox, Camino, Opera... but when viewed in IE7... suddenly looked like I had no idea how to built a website. POLL: Would you outright give up ANY IE7 code adjustments, and just let your sites look like garbage in IE to help more avg users convert to a standards browser? I would maybe add a footer that briefly stated if it looks like garbage, to download Safari / Firefox / Opera.