We support the latest, and the version before that one of the following browsers:
The mobile versions of these browsers use the same engines (WebKit) and are no problem at all. Where there are mobile designs, we also take this into account as best we can. We always make sure they are responsive.
Why don't we support some other browsers?
To give the full context correctly, let's go over what browsers exist today and what their market share is:
- Chrome: 60.75% - Webkit
- Safari: 17.74% - Webkit
- Firefox: 7.49% - Webkit
- Samsung Internet: 3,96% - Webkit (Firefox)
- Edge: 3.06% - EdgeHTML -> Moving to Webkit
- Internet Explorer: 2,77% (Trident)
- Opera: 2.29% - Webkit (version 15+)
Internet Explorer uses a different engine than all the rest: Trident. This one lags behind the rest. That's why Microsoft is also moving to the Webkit engine with Edge - the successor to Internet Explorer soon.
Our websites work functionally correctly on Internet Explorer, but we do not guarantee some little styling bugs. Only 2.48% of Europeans still use Internet Explorer. The effort it would cost us to include this as a standard exception in the package is something we cannot justify to development. It would cost our customers much more, for a minimal added value.
Want to adjust something in a browser that isn't supported by default?
Adjusting things with a defect in a browser that is not on our list, we anly do in the latest version of it.
- Send an email with your desired adjustments to email@example.com.
- One of our developers will make an estimation of the work needed.
- When you approve, we will carry it out and invoice you for it.