Hello everyone. I'm an expert html5/css3 designer, but when it comes to javascript, I don't know anything... I need some javascript code that detects a browser engine (webkit, gecko, etc.) and redirects based on that. I need webkit and gecko to redirect to home.php and all others to redirect to basic.php. I know people are going to tell me that if I was a good designer, I would design for all browsers/engines, and I agree. But I need this code for something completely un-related to design. Thanks a lot in advance!

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When I use Conditional CSS for Firefox (Gecko) the styles do not change. I'm trying to align the icons with the menu in Firefox. [URL="http://jaelmarketing.com/index.php"]http://jaelmarketing.com/index.php[/URL] My code: [if Gecko] #nav-icons ul li { padding:20px 0 1px 30px;} What am I doing wrong? Please help? Avernon2

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Firefox ticks many boxes, but the one big cross it has had to bear over the years is the memory leakage problem that many users have experienced. Here's how it works: user has Firefox browser open and visits websites, Firefox slurps up some system resources, user continues to keep Firefox running, Firefox continues to slurp up ever increasing amounts of precious system resources. Well, that has been the allegation at least, and one which Mozilla has been long at pains to deny. Whenever the subject has cropped up, the official response has always been that there is simply no significant …

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The Mozilla Corporation announced tonight in a media alert that tomorrow it will be releasing an updated version of its Firefox web browser, which has sent for-profit rivals, including Microsoft, scurrying to hang onto market share. Although Mozilla Corp says that official details of Firefox 1.5 will be released Tuesday morning, the media alert reported that the new software "builds upon the success of its predecessor to deliver an improved browser with significant performance and usability upgrades." Enhancements were made to the browser's security, privacy, and customization options as well, the alert says. The Mozilla Corporation is a subsidiary of …

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