Detect Browser

If you are using different stylesheets for different browsers theres a different way of detecting the users browsers than the HTML conditional-tags.

Now a class with the name of the browser will be added to your body-tag. Like this:

Code Snippet:

<body class="home blog logged-in ie">

How to use it?

Code Snippet:

body.ie #mydiv {<br />
  /* Here goes IE fix */<br />
}<br />

Code Snippet:

function browser_body_class($classes) {
	global $is_lynx, $is_gecko, $is_IE, $is_opera, $is_NS4, $is_safari, $is_chrome, $is_iphone;
	if($is_lynx) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'lynx';
	elseif($is_gecko) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'gecko';
	elseif($is_opera) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'opera';
	elseif($is_NS4) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'ns4';
	elseif($is_safari) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'safari';
	elseif($is_chrome) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'chrome';
	elseif($is_IE) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'ie';
	else $classes&#91;&#93; = 'unknown';
	if($is_iphone) $classes&#91;&#93; = 'iphone';
	return $classes;

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