Browser Version Control
Resize Browser Windows
Popup blockers are so popular these days that many browsers build them right into their infrastructure. A popup is simply a browser window that opens while you’re viewing another browser window. While some sites open popups that display advertising, others use popups to display helpful information. For instance, you might want site visitors to view a small popup that shows a map or table. The following code creates and opens a new popup browser window that you can control...
Browser detection allows you to find out what browser your viewer is using, and then perform a script based on it-- or just to send a friendly message to those with your favorite browser.
What a developer will need to fix the problem quickly, WITHOUT asking the user difficult questions: Screen size, plugins, installed on your browser, URL where the problem happened, OS and Browser version. A visual and annotated screenshot showing where exactly is the problem and how it looks like through the user’s eyes with all steps on how to reproduce the bug...
Get viewport/window size (width and height)
Space within the browser window is known as the 'viewport' affected by the monitor resolution, how many toolbars are in use within the browser and whether the browser is in full screen or windowed mode.
Redirection is often used to take viewers to a page depending on their browser's name or version. To redirect a viewer instantly, you just need to add a short command in your head section.
Browser Test Scripts
Customize your content for your visitors by checking their browser type, screen resolution, or whether or not they have Flash.
The best Sticky Footer
This document describes how to make a footer that sticks to the bottom of the page even if the page content is less than the browser window height, so you don’t have a footer appearing in the middle of the browser window. This solution is cross browser and you dont need a fixed height for the footer.
Detected Internet Browser
Browser Detect Script
How to disable the browser back button
Web console with node.js
Continuing with my experiments of node.js, this time I want to create a Web console. The idea is simple. I want to send a few command to the server and I display the output inside the browser. I can do it entirely with PHP but I want to send the output to the browser as fast as they appear without waiting for the end of the command. OK we can do it flushing the output in the server but this solution normally crashes if we keep the application open for a long time. WebSockets again to the rescue. If we need a cross-browser implementation we need the socket.io library. Let's start.
We work hard to get more traffic to make our web portal or blog popular. We use various tips and techniques to achieve our goals. We go for search engine optimization, forum and discussion boards. We put our back link there. People use it and from different parts of the world people comes to our web portal or blog.
Web Pages for Everyone
Using the navigator object to detect client's browser
Working with Cookies
When a browser opens a web page, the browser reads the cookies (provided it has already stored it) that has stored in your machine. We used document.cookie to retrieve the information about the cookie.
Finding the size of the browser window
There are some constants available that give the document area of the window that is available for writing to. These will not be available until after the document has loaded and the method used for referencing them is browser specific. The available constants are:
Using the code in this tutorial, you will be able to get all the information about a browser.