I had a module which showed up great on Firefox and Safari but could not get it to work in IE, so I wondered whether Metamod would come to the rescue and serve a substitute for this module for IE users. I had no idea how to do this though! :)
Stephen was more than happy to help, providing me the exact code to do what I wanted Metamod to do and voila, it worked like a charm.
Here's the code I used:
$UA = isset($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']) ?
$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] : '';
$IE = strstr($UA, 'MSIE') ? true : false;
$IEV = $IE ? preg_split('/msie/i', $UA) : false;
$IEV = $IEV ? floatval($IEV) : false;
if ($IEV >= 7) return 92; //module for IE7
if ($IEV >= 6) return 92; //module for IE6
if ($IE) return 92; //module for any IE version
return 80; //default module
I really have to commend Stephen for his extraordinary help. I appreciate his support every step of the way.
I have yet to find something that Metamod cannot do!