Not all cases of the setAttribute() function work in IE6. Take the case of a sample code below
When you click on the link element labeled ‘removed’, it will not work. Later versions of IE do work as well as Mozilla browsers. If you did this kind of code, it would be better for you to write the whole element tag in a span or div’s innerHTML.
Cross browser issues are a pain in the butt. And I just found out that the getElementsByname() function doesn’t work in IE6. It works fine in Firefox, Google Chrome and later versions of IE but you will have no luck in IE6. Whatever you want to do using that function, if you want to take IE6 into consideration, then you will have to do other workarounds to make what you want to work. I wonder why until now they did not introduce a getElementsById() function …
One of the games that I’m playing now is Spore Origins, from Electronic Arts. The iTouch version only has an arcade mode and no multiplayer feature. Meaning, you’re stuck playing it alone rather than enjoying playing together (or against other players?). The gameplay looks similar to Feeding Frenzy where your fish creature eats other smaller creatures while avoiding the bigger ones. Fill up the meter and the level is finished. The same goes with Spore Origins although in this game, you are a microbe eating other smaller microbes and avoiding the bigger ones. The game is not limited to a few levels. The graphics are good plus the game lets you modify your spore like color among others, though quite limited. Overall, it is a good arcade game for me.