9/24/2014 - 1:07 AM

Option ExplicitDim user_agent, mobile_browser, Regex, match, mobile_agents, mobile_ua, i, size
user_agent = Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_USER_AGENT")
mobile_browser = 0
Set Regex = New RegExp
With Regex
   .Pattern = "(up.browser||mmp|symbian|smartphone|midp|wap|phone|windows ce|pda|mobile|mini|palm)"
   .IgnoreCase = True
   .Global = TrueEnd With
match = Regex.Test(user_agent)
If match Then mobile_browser = mobile_browser+1
If InStr(Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_ACCEPT"), "application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml") Or Not IsEmpty(Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_X_PROFILE")) Or Not IsEmpty(Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_PROFILE")) Then
   mobile_browser = mobile_browser+1end If
mobile_agents = Array("w3c ", "acs-", "alav", "alca", "amoi", "audi", "avan", "benq", "bird", "blac", "blaz", "brew", "cell", "cldc", "cmd-", "dang", "doco", "eric", "hipt", "inno", "ipaq", "java", "jigs", "kddi", "keji", "leno", "lg-c", "lg-d", "lg-g", "lge-", "maui", "maxo", "midp", "mits", "mmef", "mobi", "mot-", "moto", "mwbp", "nec-", "newt", "noki", "oper", "palm", "pana", "pant", "phil", "play", "port", "prox", "qwap", "sage", "sams", "sany", "sch-", "sec-", "send", "seri", "sgh-", "shar", "sie-", "siem", "smal", "smar", "sony", "sph-", "symb", "t-mo", "teli", "tim-", "tosh", "tsm-", "upg1", "upsi", "vk-v", "voda", "wap-", "wapa", "wapi", "wapp", "wapr", "webc", "winw", "winw", "xda", "xda-")
size = Ubound(mobile_agents)
mobile_ua = LCase(Left(user_agent, 4))
For i=0 To size
   If mobile_agents(i) = mobile_ua Then
      mobile_browser = mobile_browser+1
      Exit For
   End IfNext
If mobile_browser>0 Then
   Response.Write("Not mobile!")End If
Device detection is the first step in performing content adaptation. Here we 
cover lightweight device detection using classic ASP (VBScript). This is based 
on the PHP version found here . It is a simple script which will detect most 
mobile browsers. However, if you need more information about the properties of 
the device such as screen width and height, image format support etc. so that 
you can tailor your content to specific devices, then you need something more 
than this. In this case you should consider using a full device properties 
database such asDeviceAtlas .

This script attempts to match the requesting UA string against about 90 
well-known mobile browser UA string snippets, and a couple of special cases. 
It also checks some of the other HTTP headers for hints that the client is 

If you simply need to decide if the client is a mobile or desktop browser, 
then this script is for you! If you need to know more about a requesting 
device, try DeviceAtlas . Improvements and suggestions are very welcome.

To use this script, simply include it in any page for which you wish to 
determine whether the client is mobile or desktop.

Note that this script uses Option Explicit. If you want to use this script with 
code that does not use Option Explicit, you should comment out the first two 
lines to avoid compilation errors.