Thanks to Perfection kills, we can use the following JavaScript to detect event support:  function hasEvent(ev) {     var elem = document.createElement('a'),         type = 'on' + ev,         supported = elem[type] !== undefined;...
Different web browsers handle the window.close() function differently. IE prompts the user for confirmation, while Firefox and Safari just fail to honor it unless the window was originally opened with Javascript and display a message saying as much i...
What's concept of detecting support of any css pseudo-class in browser through JavaScript? Exactly, I want to check if user's browser supports :checked pseudo-class or not, because I've made some CSS-popups with checkboxes and needs to do...
Can we detect whether a browser supports dropping a file over an <input type="file" />?    For example, this is possible in Chrome but not in IE8.  Modernizr.draganddrop is a possibility but is it the right choice?  I'm not adding a...
I was wondering if it's possible to detect if an iOS user is using the webapp, or just visiting the normal way with safari browser.   The reason I want to achieve is that on a iOS webapp when a user click on a link, he will get redirected to the...
I'm really enjoying ES6 generators. Is there a way I can detect generator support in browsers? I know generators might not be in a lot of browsers (or possible no browsers at all) at the moment, but that's OK for my purposes.   I tried:  try...
I'm currently doing some redesign of a website, basically just upgrading it to a more up-to-date look and trying to make it as resolution independent as possible, and in the name of resolution independence I figured I'd try to use SVG images...
I need to test for placeholder support. The following works great in all modern browsers, as well as IE7, IE8, IE9:  $.support.placeholder = (function () {     var i = document.createElement("input");     return "placeholder" in i; }(...
In the past, the best method to check for the presence of a mouse was to look for touch event support. However, desktop Chrome now supports touch events, making this test misfire.  Is there a way to test directly for mouseover event support, rather t...
Internet Explorer does not support the data uri scheme for iframe urls (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc848897%28v=vs.85%29.aspx). Other browsers do. As browser detection is loaded with testing and future-proofing problems, I want to us...

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