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0 22 posted 6 years ago by larscmagnusson
This is my simple image resizer on the fly thing. -- WARNING -- Resizing and showing images on the fly could potentially kill your server or make the website slow. Ideally, this should save the resized image in a cache. However, more often th...
0 39 posted 6 years ago by brownrl
Helps to find out browser version and type your website visitor is using.
0 24 posted 7 years ago by apphp-snippets
0 18 posted 8 years ago by simondiercks
1 21 posted 9 years ago by mfigge
0 13 posted 9 years ago by i0ni
1 31 posted 9 years ago by danwhite85
0 13 posted 9 years ago by miniake
5 21 posted 9 years ago by StevenW721
Detect and echo browser version including differentiating between Chrome and Safari.
3 27 posted 9 years ago by vagrantradio
1 14 posted 10 years ago by frankyfish
Place in your functions.php file and call it in your theme like this: <?php>
1 31 posted 10 years ago by afj176
Sometimes you just need to mask a script or reject a user from a page this can be done effortlessly using a single line of code. Header location will allow you to redirect a user quickly and without them having any control over the action. A good...
1 12 posted 10 years ago by scopefragger
2 22 posted 10 years ago by Thresh
Just provide $availableLanguages as an array('en', 'de', 'es')
5 47 posted 11 years ago by ping_ch
This handy little script will allow you to detect whether or not a user is running FireFox as their browser.
0 16 posted 11 years ago by aristoworks
2 13 posted 12 years ago by smartalec
echo ( browser_detection( 'number' ) .''. browser_detection( 'browser' ) .''. browser_detection( 'os' ) .''. browser_detection( 'os_number' ) ); Outputs (browser version, browser, os, os number): 1.5 moz nt 5.1 if ( ( browser_de...
2 34 posted 12 years ago by llbbl
Heres how to use print_r(browser_detection('full')); We can also use this script print "IP: ". $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'].""; ### IP ADDRESS ## print "Browser:" . $_SERVER["HTTP_USER_AGENT"].""; ## Browser print "OS: ". $_ENV["OS"]; ### OS
8 34 posted 13 years ago by mail_json
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