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Supported Browsers - Coveo .NET Front-End and CES

The Coveo .NET search interfaces as well as the Interface Editor and Administration Tool are web applications accessible with the supported browsers listed in the following table.

Browser Version
Google Chrome Latest
Mozilla Firefox Latest
Apple Safari Latest

Microsoft Edge CES 7.0.8691+ (December 2016) Coveo .NET Front-End 12.0.1720+ (December 2016)

Latest

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Windows Operating System Version Supported Browser Version
7 SP1, Server 2008 R2 SP1, 8.1, and Server 2012 R2 11
Server 2012 10
Vista SP2 and Server 2008 SP2 9

Notes:

  • CES 7.0.6196+ (November 2013) Coveo .NET Front-End 12.0.446+ (November 2013)
    Support for Internet Explorer 11.

  • The Coveo JavaScript search interfaces only support Internet Explorer 11 (see Browser Support).

  • CES 7.0.5031+ (March 2013) Coveo .NET Front-End 12.0.99+ (March 2013)
    Support for Internet Explorer 10.

  • By default, Internet Explorer 9 is often configured to use the Compatibility View mode that displays web pages as if you were using an earlier version of IE and therefore, does not support newer CSS styles. You can disable the IE 9 compatibility View mode (see the Microsoft document How to use Compatibility View in Internet Explorer 9).

  • You will get the best Coveo user interface experience with the latest version of your browsers. More recent Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) styles may not be rendered by older browser versions.

    Example: When you use Internet Explorer 9 in Compatibility View mode, the rounded corners and shadings of facets are not rendered.

  • Coveo search interfaces no longer support Internet Explorer 7 and 8 since Microsoft stops supporting those versions (see Support for Older Versions of Internet Explorer Ended).

  • The Coveo .NET search interfaces display a warning message when the connection is established using Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) that is not supported.

See table

Tip: You can use the browser built-in search box as an access point to your Coveo search interface (see Coveo Search From a Browser Built-in Search Box).

The Coveo Platform also supports mobile browsers (see Mobile Access Points).

Note: The Coveo JavaScript Search Framework browser support may be a bit different (see Browser Support).

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