The thing that makes me worried is not really IE6, which is easy to justify closing the doors to it, but instead IE and Quirks Mode. I mean... any page without DOCTYPE will render, even in IE9, using the IE 5.5 (!) rendering engine. I know you guys are definitely aware about it, having your prety pages with proper doctypes, but there are several systems out there that still count on quirks mode.Being CKEditor a component, we definitely wish to have it as compatibility as possible. Is it time to stick (and force) standards mode only though?
With respect xxdevil.


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