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Is there a way to determine the client's browser size via Javascript? In another thread we were discussing screen resolution sizes, but I don't think that is important because someone could have a large screen resolution but their web browser could be only a percentage of that resolution or they could surf the web with two browsers open at once.

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window.innerHeight/Width
Provided by most browsers, but importantly, not Internet Explorer.
document.body.clientHeight/Width
Provided by many browsers, including Internet Explorer.
document.documentElement.clientHeight/Width
Provided by most DOM browsers, including Internet Explorer.

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$(window).width();
$(window).height();

Using jQuery you can use these^.

Or use the methods c69 described.

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To determine the size of browser we can use javascript properties.

document.body.offsetWidth,
document.body.offsetHeight

These properties will return browser width and browser height.

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In order to find out client browser width and height, we can use following javascript .
<script language="text/javascript">
var browserwidth;
var browserheight;
browserwidth = document.documentElement.clientWidth ,
browserheight = document.documentElement.clientHeight
</script>

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