Joined: 05 Aug 2006
Location: United Kingdom
Topic: General Overview
Posted: 09 May 2007 at 6:43am
MuchLoved caters for as many browsers as possible and currently fully supports the most commonly used browsers on a wide range of operating systems. These supported browsers include:
Internet Explorer v.8 onwards
Firefox v.3.6 onwards
Chrome v.15 onwards
Safari v.5 onwards
We always recommend that you use the latest version of your browser, however our development team work to ensure we support and will continue to support past versions of all these browsers for as long as possible.
Where possible we recommend Firefox to view MuchLoved which is free and easy to download:
To Download Firefox:
We do not currently support Opera Mac browsers but we do support Safari and all versions of Firefox for Mac systems (as IE for Mac has been discontinued since version 5), plus any other browsers that confirm to DOM* standards for website appearance developed by the World Wide Web Consortium.
If you experience any viewing problem, please do let us know so we can investigate. Drop us an email at email@example.com with a screenshot of the problem and let us know which browser and operating system you are using. We respond to any problems of this kind individually and thank you for your feedback here.
Our browser policy
As browsers develop they increasingly adopt the DOM*, the standard which we design to, so we hope that new releases of non-compliant browsers such as Opera will soon support the complex controls and layout used on the MuchLoved tributes. As a charity we had to decide whether to spend our resources on supporting the non-compliant browsers or instead develop richer features for the most popular browsers used by the vast majority of users. Since we support Firefox as a free alternative browser for MAC users and both IE, Firefox & Chrome for other Operating Systems we chose the latter, and hope that you will appreciate the reasons for this.
*Document Object Model (DOM), is a programming interface specification being developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The standard is maintained by the W3C & specifies how the content, structure, and appearance of Web documents can be updated with scripts or other programs.
Edited by muchloved - 15 Mar 2012 at 9:18am
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