An important practice when doing cross-browser, cross-platform pages and DHTML development involves the ability to determine the capabilities of the browser which loads your web page. As a web author, you understandably want to avoid script errors and page layout problems and you may want to ensure your scripts reach as wide an audience as possible.
This approach, still commonly used nowadays, attempts to identify the browser and makes the web author at design time decide what that implies in terms of capabilities of the visiting browser. Such approach is fraught with problems and difficulties. It requires from the web author to have knowledge of the capabilities of all current browsers that may visit the page and then to code appropriately for these.
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