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Our webpage is getting version as 0 since updating to 31.0

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I access one of my company's webpage regularly, which is developed using html and have some kind of dynamic editing tools(cms-edit-form) embedded so that any one can edit a section of page by using all basic features available typically in MS Office. And they have a check to verify whether the browser is supported or not when we click on 'Edit' button in the page.

Problem is - Since I upgraded firefox to 31.0, whenever I click on 'Edit' button it gives the following error - "Unsupported Browser The browser you are using does not support the required features necessary to edit the page. Please use one of the following browsers to access this software:

   Mozilla, version 1.3 or greater
   Netscape, version 7.1 or greater
   Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 5.5 or greater

Your current browser is: , version 0"

I do not have any technical information beyond this as I am not aware of the technology that was used to develop the page. But am sure - I have been editing the page for last 4 years, and always use firefox. And they have not made any changes in the page or software used.

So I come to a conclusion it is definitely with latest update. Because of this I am using IE/Chrome now to access the website. So any suggestions on this ?

Can it be fixed by making any configuration changes in my firefox browser ? Or at least if we know what has changed in the latest version of firefox, we can ask them to modify the page accordingly.

Any help is appreciated.

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That Please use .... is at least 11 years old! It mentions Mozilla 1.3, which was released in March 2003.

Please contact your company IT department for answers. IMO, they at least need to update or fix the "browser sniffing" script for modern browsers