|Total browsers tested: 91
||Including versions & modes: 133
|Certified browsers: 87
||Certified versions/modes: 126
|Incompatible browsers: 4
||Incompatible versions/modes: 7
(I'll bet you didn't know there were so many, did you?)
There are many available browsers, using multiple layout engines
The primary layout engines are: Trident
(used by Internet Explorer), Gecko
(used by Firefox), Apple WebKit
(used by Chrome and Safari), Presto
(used by Opera), and KHTML (used by Konqueror).
In addition, different browsers utilize the layout engines differently, and some even utilize them differently from one version to the next. Due to this, the chances of
being able to design a web site that is interesting, functional, and 100% compatible with every version
of every browser is probably less than than the chance of being struck by
lightning on a clear sunny day.
Having said that, I (the web designer/webmaster - a.k.a. Joe) have tested every version of every available browser that I possibly could. If you are able to test any of the unsupported browsers listed (or any not yet listed), and you have problems with the site (or even if everything works fine), I would appreciate feedback via the
webmaster feedback form.
Thank you, and enjoy your visit with us at brandywinecreekcampground.com
These are the browsers that are unsupported for various reasons:
Some I was simply unable to test, for various reasons. For example: I can't read Japanese or Chinese (Shiira and Tencent Traveler), I don't have a Macintosh, an iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, Android, or any other type of smartphone. In the case of the Mac browsers, it is very possible that they will work fine. All I have to test with is 3 desktop and 4 laptop computers, all running various versions of Microsoft Windows, Linux, or FreeBSD, and I'm not all that adept at Linux or FreeBSD, so there are some browsers I have yet to figure out how to install.
Of the tested ones, some are simply too old to bother with, some were poorly written and/or designed and/or don't meet current HTML standards, and others have been discontinued and are very difficult to find (except that the links are here, of course). In the case of that last reason, they usually share the first two reasons, also.
Management does not promote, endorse, or reccommend any any of the software listed above. Brandywine Creek Campground accepts no responsibility for damage, loss of data,
or any othr problems, damages, or expenses incurred by using any of this software. This page is for your information and convenience
only. Use all software at your own risk.