Re: Can XSL recognize IE5 versus Netscape?

Subject: Re: Can XSL recognize IE5 versus Netscape?
From: Eric van der Vlist <vdv@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 18:48:13 +0200
It depends on the tool you are using.

If you are running XT, you can find on 4xt an example of servlet
(powering the site) giving you access to the full http request including
the user agent.

Hope this helps.


"Medina, Edward" wrote:
> Hello there!
> I'm wondering if there something that I can do with XSL that
> if IE5 is being used then do this, if Netscape is being used
> then do that!  Just like the choose/when elements of XSL.
> The reason I'm asking (and I know you are going to ask why
> would I want to do that), is that every time I get something to
> display right in IE5 in doesn't look right in Netscape and
> viceversa.  Any suggestions?
> Eddy
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