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Language: Cross Browser Issues
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 7, 1999

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Resources on Compatibility Across Browsers

Question:
I am involved in a project that requires the client-side embedded scripts to be compatible down to version 3 of Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. So far I have been unsuccessful in finding documentation or detailed comparisons on which objects/methods/properties are supported. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Answer:
The best JavaScript reference I've found is JavaScript, The Definitive Guide by David Flanagan, ISBN 1565923928. Although this book is not really a learning tool, it is an excellent resource and provides a wealth of compatibility information.

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