Using JavaScript behaviors to detect browsers and plug-ins

Using JavaScript behaviors to detect browsers and plug-ins

You can use behaviors to determine which browser your visitors are using and whether they have a particular plug-in installed. For more information on behaviors, see Using JavaScript Behaviors.

Check Browser sends visitors to different pages depending on their browser brands and versions (see Check Browser). For example, you may want visitors to go to one page if they have Netscape Navigator 4.0 or later, to go to another page if they have Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later, and to stay on the current page if they have any other kind of browser.

Check Plugin sends visitors to different pages depending on whether they have the specified plug-in installed (see Check Plugin). For example, you may want visitors to go to one page if they have Macromedia Shockwave and another page if they do not.



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