How can I spoof the user agent of a JavaScript GET request? setRequestHeader with User-Agent isn't allowed:  xmlHttpRequest.setRequestHeader("User-Agent", "...");...
In a device detection, what would be the user agent for the new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X?...
I wanted to see if anyone knows if it's possible to detect what Mac computer model a user is has, straight from the browser. Aka "MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007)" or "MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer)."  This is probably a long shot, b...
I am trying to browse a website, however, it only works under Windows and Mac because they use the navigator.platform from JavaScript to find out the architecture I am running on. Of course, they also use the browser's user agent, but that was ea...
I need to tell what browser the users are using for my website. (edit: Users need to add a bookmarklet, which is not possible on the standard 'internet' browser. I need to know what message to show them.)  EDIT: I don't need to be able to...
Which user.agent properties are available for GWT 2.6 I found:  gecko1_8, safari, ie10, ie8,ie9,opera   When you want to use ie8,ie9,opera you have to enable them with:   <extend-property name="user.agent" values="ie8,ie9,opera" /&...
Useragent details are sketchy, or I'm not looking in the right places.   What, in terms of a navigator.userAgent.match(), would differentiate between Chrome and Safari on iOS7, iPad or iPhone?...
As I was testing my web app in Chrome for iOS (both iPhone and iPad), I noticed a weird ID appended to user agent string, e.g.:      alert(navigator.userAgent)   would produce something like this (note the "3810AC74-327F-43D7-A905-597FF9FDFEAB...
Is it possible to embed some code in Javascript or CSS for a particular webpage to disable (not load) the user agent style sheet that comes with the browser? I know that I can override it by CSS, but that creates lots of overriden specifications, and...
I'm currently trying to edit a website for a client which uses Adobe Contribute so it uses a different stylesheet if the user is browsing from a mobile phone. The mobile phone stylesheet is much simpler and strips out background images and styles...

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