Detect browser, operating system with jQuery


Returns true if the current user agent is a version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Supports all versions of IE, including IE 11.

$.browser.msie;

Returns true if the current user agent is a version of a WebKit browser (Safari, Chrome, and Opera 15+)

$.browser.webkit;

Returns true if the current user agent is some version of Firefox

 $.browser.mozilla;

Reading the browser version

$.browser.version

You can also examine arbitrary User Agents

jQBrowser.uaMatch ();


Specifically detects Windows, Mac, Linux, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android, Kindle, Blackberry, Chrome OS, and Windows Phone User Agents

    $.browser.android $.browser.blackberry $.browser.cros $.browser.ipad $.browser.iphone $.browser.ipod $.browser.kindle $.browser.linux 1TP2ergebrowser.browser.browser.browser.browser.Mac2T. $.browser.playbook $.browser.silk $.browser.win $.browser ["windows phone"]

Example:

if ($.browser.mac && $.browser.desktop && $.browser.versionNumber <= 7) {$ ('. browsehappy'). fadeIn (); } if ($.browser.win && $.browser.desktop && $.browser.versionNumber <= 7) {alert ('Site not supported in safari windows obsolete version'); $ ('. Browsehappy'). FadeIn (); }

Descarga:

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Sitio: https://github.com/gabceb/jquery-browser-plugin

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