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    MAC browsers supports Client side script?
    Recently we have developed a Project with .NET, when we try to see the same site from the MAC IE 5.2 and SAFARI 1.2, The placess which we uses the javascript like document.all or hiding a DIV tag, got struck. Whether MAC browsers FULLY supports Javascript?

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    Actually the question is.. does IE for PC support javascript fully? The problem lies in that javascript for IE is quite unconventional, and then all other browsers either have better support or less support, including those on the PC. I would take a look at Mozilla for the Mac and if it is good there, then your javascript is probably good, if it doesnt.. then I would suggest you change your javascript. Since as far as I know, Mozilla has the best and most rigid support for javascript.

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