IE7: Using Conditional Statements to Detect and Display Browser Specific HTML

Using conditional statements, you can display certain html to one browser and other html to other browsers. The following tutorial shows you how to accomplish this for Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 7 beta.


To dodge some of the quirks of the different browsers, you can use conditional statements to cause only certain browsers to see certain code. For example, perhaps you want to tell certain users that you do not support their browser.

By using conditional statements, you can do this.

This shows you how to select for IE7 and IE7 beta:

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One Response to “IE7: Using Conditional Statements to Detect and Display Browser Specific HTML”

  1. January 06, 2011 at 6:35 am, Ervin Avendano said:

    It would have been nice to include some examples.

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