98% of our visitors uses a standards-compliant web browser, but you appear not to be using one. We want to help you remedy this situation and improve your experience on Ely Web Solutions and the rest of the internet.
Click one of the download links in the panel below to freely upgrade your browser, or read on for more information on why you got to this page.
How did I get here?
Web browsers become obsolete over time. The simplest way to think about it is to remember when everyone stopped using cassettes and started using CDs. People made the move to CDs because they provided better sound, were more convenient, and eventually artists stopped releasing cassettes, instead only releasing CDs. Since only about 2% of the visitors to Ely Web Solutions use an outdated browser (mainly Netscape 4), we’ve decided it’s time to “stop releasing cassettes” and roll out a faster loading, sleeker, and a more informative Ely Web Solutions.
Just like making the move from cassette to CD, updating your current browser may be a difficult decision to make... although downloading a browser is free and you can do it right here. We want to help make this as easy as possible for you so we’ve checked your system and provided some links in the panel below for you to download a FREE new browser. So click a link in the panel below, download a new web browser, install it, and try it out... we’re sure you’ll be happier with your internet experience because of it.
What are 'web standards'?
The ones created by the – the people who invented the Web itself.
The W3C created these standards so the Web would work better for everyone. New browsers, mainly, support these standards; old browsers, mainly, don’t.
Do I have to upgrade?
No. But doing so will improve your web experience, enabling you to use and view sites as their creators intended. For example you will not be able to view our website.
The browsers in the panel above support numerous web standards including CSS, XHTML, and the DOM (a universal means of controlling the behavior of web pages).
Please note that this page does not pretend to be an exhaustive list of browsers that support web standards, nor a test of browser compliance, nor a side-by-side comparison of various manufacturers’ browsers.