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Getting browser width (compliant)

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How does one get the browser's width using standards compliant
Javascript 1.5/ECMAScript?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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tr*****@yahoo.com (3W) writes:
How does one get the browser's width using standards compliant
Javascript 1.5/ECMAScript?


There is no standard for browsers.
The ECMA-262 standard covers the echsmacript language core, not
the runtime environment.
The W3C DOM recommendations cover the document model, but not the
browser (since it is designed to work with arbitrary documents).

The usual answers are in the FAQ: <URL:http://jibbering.com/faq/#FAQ4_9>

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