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For serious study of the topic Johnathan Mc Cormack sent this link to an arstechnica article on the early web browsers. If your browser string is NOT here please take a moment and click here then mail us the result (if you are using an exotic browser send us the URL of where to get it).
We are now crediting the supplier of each string or answer individually as a homage to all those folks who take the time as thousands of you have done over the years. We have added some info about changing UA strings which unless you have to do it is, we think, a Very Bad Thing™.
Nominally RFC 1945 and RFC 2068 define them (get RFCs) but only as an afterthought (the RFCs define HTTP 1.0 and 1.1).
Browser IDs, more correctly User Agent IDs, appear, among other places, as the environmental variable HTTP_USER_AGENT in Apache.
We regularly get asked for these strings in other formats - mostly without all our pathetic attempts at humor in the explanations.
We had studiously avoided doing anything because it smelled, vaguely, of work.
We are progressively going to add the feature on a browser-by-browser basis for your delight, edification and titillation. Before there was NSCA's Mosaic there were several other browsers capable of interpreting HTML, including Erwise and Viola, both of which I used before the Andreeson project issued any software.Frankly, it seemed pretty pointless just updating the version numbers of chrome and FF and Opera which is what has mostly happened over the last couple of years. Most are just UI stuff (OK it's still innovation) on top of Webkit.Then we added brave which intercepts and replaces embedded adverts with its own (they say its better for the publisher and more secure - are they brave (or crazy) or what).Although primarily for viewing SGML, both of those browsers did a pretty good job of parsing the very basic HTML commands that Mr.Berners-Lee published as he developed his SGML subset (HTML).