Why 6.8 percent? "That's 0.1 per cent for each month IE7 has been on the market," reads the post.
Founder Ruslan Kogan says the tax is because he is forced to spend too much energy (and money) on making the site usable for IE7 users:
"Internet Explorer 7 has long since passed its use-by date. It's a constant source of frustration for our web guys and we're sick of burning cash on a browser that hit the market nearly six years ago. It goes against everything Kogan stands for."
In order to remove the penalty, users can switch to any other modern browser, including IE 8 or later, Chrome, Opera, Firefox or Safari.
Read Kogan's post here: New IE7 tax
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 14 Jun 2012 19:16