Internet Explorer 6 is obsolete by any stretch of the imagination, and if you’re still using this version, you should consider upgrading for reasons of security and web standards compatibility. There really isn’t a good reason to keep using it except if you develop web sites and need to test content layout and functionality for the dwindling minority of Internet surfers who are still using this outdated technology. This article discusses a common bug faced by web developers designing for an audience that is still using IE6: Fixing Disappearing Text or Incorrect Element Widths in IE6.