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This page explores several different methods of detecting which browser a visitor is using to view a web page. Although things are better than they used to be, it remains an annoying fact of web development that all browsers (known officially as "user agents") do not render all web pages the same. In some cases the differences are minor and can be ignored. In other cases, however, differences can be so extreme that pages are unusable in certain browsers.
In many cases, the user's browser can be determined by the "user agent string" that the browser sends when it displays a page. Here is the user agent string that your browser sent:
navigator object. Other useful information about the user's
environment can be determined using the
* Not part of the official EMCA specification and is not supported by all browsers.
ASP.NET offers the
HttpBrowserCapabilities class as a means
of determining which browser the visitor is using. This class relies on
information stored on the server about various browsers (it does not
actually detect information from the browser itself). Thus, for example,
it will indicate whether a particular browser type is capable of handling
has disabled these features on his particular browser. The table below displays
only a few of the many browser properties exposed by the
|For a complete list of all properties returned
HttpBrowserCapabilities can only determine if the type of browser
in general supports this feature, but not whether the current user has disabled
In connection with creating this web site, I wrote my own custom class to handle browser detection.