On Nov 15, 6:18 am, "Hector Virgen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks, TJ. That's a really good point, but unfortunately many of our
> clients use old Macs with IE 5.5. I would still like to provide them with
> some basic Javascript UI enhancements. Does that mean I would have to write
> native Javascript for them?

Yes.  Just including Prototype.js in the page will throw errors so
don't even do that.  Have your pages function correctly without any
scripting, then add only the features needed to improve the UI.

Use feature detection not browser sniffing.  Depending on the
functionality you want, you might be surprised at how little script
you need if your pages are well designed in the first place.

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