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Thread: Browser Sniffer

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    Hello All I'm new so be gentle

    I'm currently developing a new website. For this I have two different css files, one for IE and one for Firefox. I've been told that I can use a browser sniffer to load the correct css file depending upon the visitors browser type. Is this possible? if so does anyone know a good free browser sniffer script that will do this? and where do I insert the call for the different css files?



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    Senior Member zionlocke's Avatar
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    Browser sniffers are the sickness and disease of the web. They often exclude browsers from seeing a web site because many haven't been updated. I avoid them like the plague. You only should use a browser sniffer if it isn't possible to make your site compliant with all browsers.

    My evidence for being able to make a site compliant on any browser, is my own WIP site that will replace my current one.
    Cheers, zionlocke :chinese:
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