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Browser Information


GetThere uses web technologies to enhance the traveler’s experience and provide increased functionality. To maximize traveler usability of the application, GetThere recommends using the latest non-beta browser version from the list of supported browser versions below. Other browsers may function, but are not fully supported. The list will be reviewed annually and updated as needed upon review.

Supported Browser Versions:
- Chrome (latest stable)
- Firefox (latest stable)
- Internet Explorer 11 (from a Windows 8 Desktop without the touch interface* from 14.06)
- Internet Explorer 11 (from a Windows 7 Desktop)
- Internet Explorer 10 (from a Windows 7 Desktop)
- Internet Explorer 9 
- Internet Explorer 8
- Safari (latest stable)
* NOTE: Windows 8 offers a touch interface in addition to the regular interface. GetThere is certified only using the regular interface and NOT with the touch interface

When accessing GetThere with a supported browser, the following browser settings are enabled by default:

A cookie is a file that is sent from a Web site to store information about the user and his/her preferences. GetThere can use session cookies to customize the application based on the user’s previous actions. To function correctly, the traveler’s browser must have session cookies enabled. By default, each browser enables session cookies.

JavaScript is a programming language used to create specific site functionality. JavaScript must be enabled for the application to function correctly. By default, each browser enables JavaScript.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
CSS controls the look of a Web page (for example, positioning, font, font size, and color). GetThere uses CSS to control the look of each item on a page and to enhance system performance. CSS must be enabled for the application to function properly. By default, each browser enables CSS.

HTML Frames
The ability to load the GetThere application inside of HTML frames has been disabled in Internet Explorer (IE) 6 due to security vulnerabilities with that browser version. If an IE 6 user visits a page that loads the GetThere application inside frames, the application will overtake the parent window


Smartphones supported: iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows
Following platforms are supported:
Platform Operating System Browser
Apple iOS 6.1 Default browser (Safari)
iOS 7.0 and 7.1 Default browser (Safari)
Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Default browser
3.1 and 3.2 (Honeycomb) Default browser
4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Default browser and Chrome
4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 (Jelly Bean) Default browser and Chrome
BlackBerry 6 OS Default browser
7 OS Default browser
Windows Phone 8 Default browser (Internet Explorer