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Cross-browser coding is a hassle – we all agree on that. To a certain extend, XHTML has made it already easier to create websites that look the same on different plattforms, but when it comes to complex JavaScript scripting you still need methods to detect the browser.

For example, if you want to add an “add to your favorites”-button to your website, you probably know that those only work in Internet Explorer. Right? But wait, Curtiss reveals how to make the button work in both Internet Explorer and Firefox.

Follow the link to see how it works:

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