BASE 2.0 - Web client specification:
Browsers and scripting
This document covers what web browers should be supported/tested and
- Supported web browsers
- Tested web browsers
Last updated: $Date: 2005-03-17 15:06:01 +0000 (Thu, 17 Mar 2005) $
1. Supported web browsers
- Most modern web browsers should be supported by the web client.
- A modern web browser is a web browser with "reasonable" support
- The meaning of "reasonable" is at the moment undefined. A starting
point is the list of tested browsers below.
2. Tested web browsers
The following web browsers should be tested:
- Mozilla 1.6 for Linux
- Netscape 7.0 for Linux
- Internet Explorer 6 for Windows
- If possible, scripts should not be browser-specific, ie. the same script should
work in all browsers. Only if nothing else works, it is allowed to test for
a special web browser and use code designed for that browser.
The reason for this is that it is harder to maintain the code if there
are lots of browser-specific scripts.