Detect Browser Versions (IE - Opera - FF) And Block Or Redirect Depending On Version

Feb 24, 2010

i don't know what has changed in last releases of Firefox and Opera but before i used this script to detect browser versions (IE, Opera, FF) and block or redirect depending on version

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What I want the script to do is once it's detected a version of one of these browsers or higher, to continue loading the page. If it detects a lower version, or any other browser, I want it to direct users to a page telling them they are using an old or untested browser, where I have links to update the tested browsers and a link to continue to the site anyways

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version = ver.substring(0,1)
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<!--
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<
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