I'm currently working on a website where it has recently become painfully clear to me that a large majority of the target audience will be using IE, and probably older versions of it at that.
At the current time, I have three different fonts embedded in the CSS, both in TTF and EOT formats (for IE), but older version are still giving me issues, as well as some other to-be-expected problems as well.
As much as I don't like using text-indent with background images for image replacement on text, it seems that may be the best way for me to go at this point.
Does anybody have any suggestions? Would text-indent and background images be a horrible idea? I'm not entirely sure how frowned-upon the practice is.
Any insight is greatly appreciated.
( on a side note, I'm glad I've discovered the SitePoint forums! they seem to have a multitude of information available, and I'm also looking forward to contributing my own knowledge in return. )