This question may be a bit loaded (cause I would bet
the answer would be "yes"), but I'll ask it anyway in
hopes of getting a "this is how it is done" answer.
Does anyone know if there is a way to use Perl in
conjunction with HTML::Template to determine a user's
screen size/browser type/OS, and then (probably by
using a selection structure) redirect the user to an
appropriate web design suited to the users browser
It seems it would be really useful if you think about
the possibilities here. So many people have varying
platforms and configurations, like "Yes Flash, No
Flash", "600x800 or 768x1024", NS or IE" (and what
Mac_OS/Windows(v?), CSS or not?, JAVA Applets enabled
or not, etc, etc., etc.
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