- Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2017 09:44
- Written by Webmaster
In building the website, I tested the pages with a number of browsers, including:
IE 6, 7, and 8. I do not recommend IE 6, and generally, IE 7 and IE 8 were OK. I will be testing with IE 9 soon, but I don't expect any significant issues.
Mozilla Firefox 3.6x and 4.x. All seemed to be OK. I will test Firefox 5 soon.
Google Chrome 11.x and 12.x. All seemed to be OK.
Opera 10.x and 11.x. Some minor issues, including dropdown menus may sometimes be obsured by page content.
Safari 5.x. Basically OK, although dropdown menus may sometimes be obsured by page content.
All the tests were done on Windows 7, Windows XP, and when possible, Windows 2000.
Screen resolutions were 1024 x 768 and 1280 x 1024.
I would encourage you to update your browser, if not to the latest version, at least no more than one back. This website is built with technologies that reflect current standards in web development, and it defeats the purpose if you continue to use browsers that don't support things like CSS 2/3, XML, or other modern web technologies. Although there are some who fear new technology because it might "break" their computer, a browser isn't a dangerous application. Web developers moving forward, increasing their websites' capabilitues and visual appeal, and are just going to drop support for older browsers. When you try and go to a website that features new technology, you will be out of luck.