Objects > navigator
The navigator object in many ways represents the browser application. As such, the browser is outside the scope of the document object model. Even
Reveals the code name of the browser. Both Navigator and Internet Explorer return Mozilla , which was the code name for an early version of Navigat
With succeeding generations of Internet Explorer, this property returns a dizzying range of values, most of which are not useful for typical version
Reveals the model name of the browser.
Reveals a version number of the browser engine, along with minimal operating system platform information (a subset of the information returned by u
Provides the default written language of the browser. The Navigator equivalent is the navigator.language property.
Returns whether the browser allows reading and writing of cookie data.
Returns a string reference of the CPU of the client computer. Common Intel microprocessors (including Pentium-class CPUs and Macintoshes running Windo
Indicates the written language for which the browser version was created. The language is specified in the ISO 639 language code scheme (such as en
Returns an array of mimeType objects supported by installed plugins in the browser. IE for Windows provides this property for syntactical compatib
Specifies whether the browser is set for online or offline browsing (in Internet Explorer's File menu). Pages may wish to invoke live server actio
Returns a string containing operating system or central processing unit information about the client machine. Values vary widely across systems. Windo
Returns the name of the operating system or hardware platform of the browser. For Windows 95/NT, the value is Win32 ; for a Macintosh running a Pow
Returns a collection of plugin objects recognized by the browser to facilitate script determination of the browser's support for a particular extern
Return a string identifying the software engine behind the browser. In Netscape 6, the product property returns Gecko , while the productSub p
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