Mozilla Adds Undetectable document.all Support, Part of New Novell Linux Distribution?
Friday July 23rd, 2004
Jacob writes: "Mozilla builds starting tomorrow will now support an undetectable version of
An important thing to remember is that this will not break existing scripts that check for
Update: The Register is reporting that Novell will soon be coming out with a slimmed down version of SuSE Linux targeted at exterprise desktops. The interesting part of this story is that they will be shipping a browser that "supported IE6 extensions, making it possible to access IE-only websites." Time will tell if this new support for
#3 Even better
Friday July 23rd, 2004 2:57 PM
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I know i sound pathetic but the fact is that i unfortunately have to use daily sites that aren't corectly coded for web standards nor mozilla. Some of those sites detect document.all and if not present simply reply with a annoying message of 'browser not supported' or so. Others, decide to show a downgraded interface if they don't detect ie (for no apperent reason except lack of evangelization/documention or developper lazines). So i was thinking maybe there can be a way (preferably available in the interface, or -if not possible- a preference) through whitch i could enable a complete ie-stealth mode (user agent, document.all & other hacks) on a per site basis so as to be able to finnaly close ie for everything else except except windows update.