While reading up on some Web-accessibility matters, I found that there were guidelines on the Cabinet Office site for such things in an effort to keep the UK consistent.
Although it is for public sector and service-based sites, it at least helps in making sure that any accessible areas of a site that you create will not seem alien to a first-time visitor.
IEBlog : IE6 and IE7 Running on a Single Machine
I know that this is indeed old news, but I thought it’s worth of a mention for my collegues.
There is a free Virtual PC image of Windows XP SP2 with IE6 installed. This is for developers who would like to use IE6 and IE7 side by side.
It times out on 1st April 2007, but there will be another available at the time.
I’m not fantastically keen on having to keep a virtual machine running just for IE6, but at least the IE team have gone to the trouble of keeping the weight of the system to a minimum by stopping unnecessary services.