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Browser Support Policy

Jason Rossi
posted this on September 3, 2012, 16:05

FOX SPORTS PULSE Browser Support Policy

All Fox Sports Pulse built websites follow this policy of Web browser support.

Desktop Browser Support
The following browsers are fully supported and all sites should display and function properly when viewed by one of these web browsers:

- Microsoft Internet Explorer v10 and above - Full Support

- Google Chrome (Latest versions) - Full Support (Recommended)

- Mozilla Firefox (Latest Versions) - Full Support

- Safari (Latest versions) - Full Support


Mobile Browser Support
The following mobile browsers are not fully supported but we will make a reasonable effort to make sure that all major functionality works and that layout is approximately correct (or at least degrades gracefully):

- Google Chrome (Latest versions) - Partial Support

- Mozilla Firefox (Latest Versions) - Partial Support

- Safari (Latest versions) - Partial Support


Limited functional support
The following browsers are not fully supported. These browsers are very old and may have potential security risks. We will endeavor to make sure that the content appears on the pages, however the display may be different to the display on the browsers listed under the full support heading and some functionality will not be compatible with:

- Microsoft Internet Explorer v7, v8, v9

- Google Chrome (Older Versions)

- Mozilla Firefox (Older Versions)

- Safari (Older Versions)


When Fox Sports Pulse builds a website we endeavor to comply with W3C HTML and CSS standards. While other browsers may not be explicitly supported, if they comply with the international W3C web standards then they should function properly.

Note: Some functionality on Fox Sports Pulse built websites may rely on the use of one or all of Javascript, Adobe Flash or Cookies. If a user disables one of these technologies in their browser then the website may not function properly.