PHP Code to Detect IE Browsers

The extremely buggy way that Internet Explorer renders CSS annoyed me again, this time because of the different way it displays elements with z-indexes. I spent a couple of hours trying to fix the bug, failed, and decided to go about it another way. The problem lay in a CSS/Javascript rotating banner gallery ,so I used PHP to redirect all Internet Explorer users to a static version of that instead. Here’s the PHP code that I used. This is the

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How To Use jQuery with MooTools

jQuery and MooTools are 2 great javascript frameworks that allow you to incorporate some really fancy effects on your website. I was using them while I realised that I had to use both of them on a single page at one point. I didn’t realise it then, and took me nearly an hour before I realised that the two frameworks were causing some conflicts. For me, I was trying out the accordion effect, and that caused a few compatibility issues

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