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Preventing Mozilla From Viewing A Page


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Hi. I have a website that is hopelessly not appearing uniform within IE or Mozilla browsers. It looks so weird on Mozilla right now that I want to prevent Mozilla from viewing the page.

Is there a script/code I can use that will detect if a user is using Mozilla, and if they are, display a page that says "Sorry. Please use Internet Explorer to access this page." or some sort? If there is, that would be great!

Thank you all and Merry Christmas!
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Sorry, I just realized that I double-posted. Delete this one if needed.
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Closing topic, every one please see http://www.geekstogo...ge-t142662.html
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