Browser Detection

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Browser Detection (also called browser detect) is the process of using client and/or server technology to detect, store (i.e. for targeting/analytics purposes) and potentially vary the delivery of your application/site's user experience based upon the Browser and/or OS and its associated capabilities.



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External Links

References

  1. Wolfcast Browser - Detection PHP class: http://github.com/Wolfcast/BrowserDetection
  2. CSS Hack to Target Anything but iOS (Androids, but not iPads/iPhones): https://jeffclayton.wordpress.com/2014/07/28/css-hack-anything-but-ios/
  3. What will be the maximum width of tablet to use in media query?: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26419863/what-will-be-the-maximum-width-of-tablet-to-use-in-media-query
  4. Media Queries Demystified -- CSS Min-Width and Max-Width: https://www.emailonacid.com/blog/article/email-development/emailology_media_queries_demystified_min-width_and_max-width/
  5. CSS media queries -- max-width OR max-height: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11404744/css-media-queries-max-width-or-max-height
  6. CSS hack only for apple iphone: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34650841/css-hack-only-for-apple-iphone
  7. How do detect Android Tablets in general. Useragent?: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5341637/how-do-detect-android-tablets-in-general-useragent

See Also

Device/OS/Browser | User-Agent | GeoIP | BT | Progressive Enhancement | Responsive | Mobile Web Design | WURFL