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Browser and device support

Supported browsers

Specifically, we support the latest versions of the following browsers and platforms. On Windows, we support Internet Explorer 8-11. More specific support information is provided below.

  Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Opera Safari
Android Supported Supported N/A Not Supported N/A
iOS Supported N/A Not Supported Supported
Mac OS X Supported Supported Supported Supported
Windows Supported Supported Supported Supported Not Supported

Unofficially, this site should look and behave well enough in Chromium and Chrome for Linux, Firefox for Linux, and Internet Explorer 7, though they are not officially supported.

Internet Explorer 8 and 9

Feature Internet Explorer 8 Internet Explorer 9
border-radius Not supported Supported
box-shadow Not supported Supported
transform Not supported Supported, with -ms prefix
transition Not supported
placeholder Not supported

Visit Can I use... for details on browser support of CSS3 and HTML5 features.

IE Compatibility modes

This site is not supported in the old Internet Explorer compatibility modes.

Confirm the document mode by opening the debugging tools: press F12 and check the "Document Mode".

Browser zooming

Page zooming inevitably presents rendering artifacts in some components, both on this site and the rest of the web. Depending on the issue, we may be able to fix it (search first and then open an issue if need be). However, we tend to ignore these as they often have no direct solution other than hacky workarounds.

Printer viewports

Even in some modern browsers, printing can be quirky. In particular, as of Chrome v32 and regardless of margin settings, Chrome uses a viewport width significantly narrower than the physical paper size when resolving media queries while printing a webpage. This can result in Bootstrap's extra-small grid being unexpectedly activated when printing. See #12078 for some details. Suggested workarounds:

  • Embrace the extra-small grid and make sure your page looks acceptable under it.
  • Customize the values of the @screen-* Less variables so that your printer paper is considered larger than extra-small.
  • Add custom media queries to change the grid size breakpoints for print media only.

Android stock browser

Out of the box, Android 4.1 (and even some newer releases apparently) ship with the Browser app as the default web browser of choice (as opposed to Chrome). Unfortunately, the Browser app has lots of bugs and inconsistencies with CSS in general.