This workshop teaches best practices for handling browser compatibility issues you're likely to face while producing professional web sites.
Each lesson includes sample files you can download and leverage for use with BrowserHawk on your own server. To run the samples on your own server you'll need a free trial or purchased copy of BrowserHawk 11.0 or later.
More lessons will be added shortly, so check back often.
Detect Flash with BrowserHawk
A common usability mistake is to assume that all visitors to your site meet your Flash requirements.
In fact, many visitors are running old versions of Flash, and some do not have Flash at all or have disabled it.
In this article we cover how to detect Flash from your
pages and serve Flash content only to those that can support it, while providing eveyrone else with a practical alternative.
Detect Java with BrowserHawk
Interested in detecting your visitor's Java settings and capabilities? Then you've come to the right place! This in-depth article covers all the ins and outs involved in using BrowserHawk to detect Java and interpreting the results. You'll find this article an invaluable resource for ensuring site visitors meet the minimum requirements you set for running your applets.