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What browsers support css, javascript and php ?


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Hi there,

What browsers support php and what browsers don't ?
What browsers support javascript and what browsers don't ?
What browsers support css and what don't ?

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I believe that all recent browsers support CSS and javascript.

CSS is all styling, but all browsers do not support everything. ( IE doesn't support {text-decoration: blink} while firefox does.

JavaScript can be turned off in various ways. You might want to let visitors know that they need it enabled.

I know that all browsers support PHP. The reason for that is PHP is a server-side language, and all the work involved in PHP takes place before the information is transfered to you computer.

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Edited by rmurphy, 29 April 2006 - 11:25 PM.

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PHP is server side dependent and doesn't care for the web browser.

All browsers from IE3 upwards and Netscape 3 through Mozilla through Firefox take Javascript. Exceptions include Web TV and so forth.

CSS is partly supported in IE3 (though it doesn't really care for CSS), better support is added from IE4 (though the IE6 support is now considered poor). On the other side, Netscape 4 had crap support, Netscapes 6, 7 and 8 were better and Firefox/Mozilla reigns superior.
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Ok, thanks for your help.

I will now use a include php file in my html documents rather than an include javascript file.

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