We've designed and created Testy.me to be compatible with the widest range of browsers possible. This page will be kept up to date with any known bugs and fixes when available. Here's the rundown:
Google Chrome is our recommended browser to use Testy.me on. It's fully supported, and there are no known bugs at the moment. Download Google Chrome from https://www.google.com/chrome/. We are not affiliated with Google or their "Chrome" product.
We fully support Mozilla Firefox, and there are no known bugs at the moment.
We fully support Safari, and there are no known bugs at the moment.
Microsoft's Edge is mostly supported, but there are a few known graphical errors that we are working on fixing in a future update. These bugs do not affect the usability of our product at all:
We appreciate that many schools and teachers still use Internet Explorer, so we try our hardest to support it. However, several issues do exist and we still strongly advise you use Chrome instead for the best experience.
When you log in from Internet Explorer for the first time, we will warn you to switch to another browser. While Internet Explorer is supported, it isn't perfect and there will always be unpredictable bugs that will appear that we can not fix or even know about. We strongly advise you use another browser, like Chrome.
Any version of Internet Explorer lower than version 9 is very buggy and is very vulnerable to security attacks. We do not and will not support these versions at all and we strongly advise you use another browser.
We don't officially support Opera, but due to it sharing code with Chrome and due to light testing we haven't found any issues. You should be fine, but we won't go out of our way to support this browser right now. If you find any large, serious bugs, please contact us.