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Jul 7, 2004, 23:09 #1
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Making a website, I found out it looks different on different machines, Mac, and PC, and then on different versions of browsers.
This led to trying to find a solution to this, as the page was written with no technical expertise at all, just hit and miss, starting from a web page example, as I am no programmer.
After much help, and input, it was rewritten in CSS, by a kind person in these forums, and thru pm's, and other threads, some of which I didin't really understand, it seems a good course for me to follow would be to have the site in CSS for older browsers, as it renders ok in Netscape 7.1 Mac, and PC, IE 5.2 Mac, and IE 5.5 PC, and Firefox 0.8,
tell me the browser someone is using so that they can view the regular, or CSS version of the page.
I tried looking it up, and found this
document.write(navigator.appName + "</p>")
document.write(navigator.appVersion + "</p>")
That would be found out by:
document.write("UA=" + x.userAgent)
--Would someone please give me a script that would tell what browser version someone was using and how to direct them to one of two pages?
Thanks for all the help--these forums are GREAT!
Last edited by Bob M; Jul 7, 2004 at 23:24. Reason: duplicate post--looked up how, and tried to delete, but couldnt-sorry!