[wp-trac] Re: [WordPress Trac] #4470: Password Strength Meter

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Thu Dec 20 05:25:59 GMT 2007

#4470: Password Strength Meter
 Reporter:  MellerTime               |        Owner:  anonymous
     Type:  enhancement              |       Status:  new      
 Priority:  low                      |    Milestone:  2.4      
Component:  Administration           |      Version:  2.3      
 Severity:  trivial                  |   Resolution:           
 Keywords:  has-patch needs-testing  |  
Comment (by JDTrower):

 When I created the patch to work with the latest revision, I didn't look
 much at the code, but when I looked at the patch posted for the symbols, I
 noticed the following code:
 <!--[if IE 6]><div id="pass-strength-iesucks">
 <?php _e("If you weren&#8217;t using this sucky IE6, there would be pretty
 colors... and cookies!"); ?>

 I'm wondering if this is something that WP needs to be condoning.  I
 realize that IE6 is a crappy browser, I hate having to code things to work
 with it, but do we need to rub that fact in the users face.  There are
 people that have no control over what browser they use because of company
 policy, etc.

Ticket URL: <http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4470#comment:20>
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