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    Browser compatibility scripts

    Hi
    I want to make the script, which can able to run for available browsers(IE, Netscape). How I can approach for this...? I tried a sample script for both IE and Netscape and I found that frame will be captured separately for both the browsers.

    Any other ideas.....
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    Re: Browser compatibility scripts

    Check up for "Gui Specifiers" on the forum and in the Silktest help [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] . You do not need to have seperate frame files - but seperate specifiers
    in the same frame file.

    Cheers!
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    Re: Browser compatibility scripts

    Originally posted by Aatish Arora:
    Check up for "Gui Specifiers" on the forum and in the Silktest help [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] . You do not need to have seperate frame files - but seperate specifiers in the same frame file.
    <font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">Thanks aathish. Now I'm having only one frame file, which will use by both IE and Netscape. Also I'm doing some slight changes to support both the browsers.
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    Re: Browser compatibility scripts

    Hi,
    I want to tell two important things.
    1. You have to prepare the frame, which can be able to identify by both the browsers.
    Example: IE recognize one control as HtmlLink and at the same time, Netscape recognizes that control as HtmlHeading.

    2. Sometimes, we have to use if-else according to browsers. Take the above example.

    Any other things need to get compatibility....?
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    Re: Browser compatibility scripts

    Can any one elabarate the above topic. How to write browser-independent scripts?(Atleast for IE & Netscape)

    Thanks in Advance
    Bapanna Setti.K

 

 

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