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Currently tested browsers are.....
|Browser||Does It Work?||Comments|
|Microsoft Edge||Yes||No known problems|
|Internet Explorer V8-V11||Yes||No known problems|
|Internet Explorer pre V8||Not tested||Should work as far back as V6, but not tested. Older versions may have problems because they don't support all of the style features|
|Firefox V33 and later||Yes||No known problems|
|Firefox V14 to V33||Yes||Small problems with animated photographs. All navigator features work.|
|Firefox pre V14||No||Older versions may have problems because they don't support all of the style features|
|Opera||Yes||Version 9.24 - Some problems with photograph
Version 9.25 and later - No known problems
|Safari||Yes||Minor formatting differences
Window re-sizing on photo pages doesn't work
|Chrome||Yes||Minor formatting differences|
|Mozilla (pre Firefox)||Mainly||Some problems with loading images on some platforms|
|Konqueror||Yes||Some minor layout problems, but everything displays and all navigation works|
Older browsers may not support frames - in which case this site will not work (and you shouldn't have come this far anyway!).
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