What is the best way to access your ePages online shop? Recommended browsers

by Juan Fernandez Aguirre, 28.02.13



Your best allies for the optimum performance of your online shop can be the operating system, the browser and the screen resolution. Did you know that more than 75% of online customers in the world use Google Chrome or Firefox*? In this blog post we will give you some tips on the best ways to access and use your ePages back office and your online shop.

By tweaking just a few settings, you can get the best out of your ePages online shop software. For the quickest access to the back office of your online shop, we recommend reviewing whether or not  you are using the right browser, the correct operating system and the recommended screen resolution.

Recommended browsers for ePages software

If you are using a Windows PC, we recommend using Firefox or Google Chrome. If you use a Mac, the best option would be Safari.

If you use Internet Explorer you may have some difficulties, especially with older versions. If however, you still prefer to use this browser, you will need to download the Google Chrome Frame plugin, which is available for free, in order to access your online shop’s back office.

Here is a chart with the recommended browsers for using ePages software:

And the online shop?

ePages online shops can be viewed from any browser, although older versions of Internet Explorer (version 6 and below) may have some problems.

Here is a chart with the recommended browsers for viewing ePages online shops:

 

Operating Systems

Regarding operating systems, ePages software is optimised for Windows (XP, Vista and 7), Mac OS X (10.5 Leopard, 10.6 Snow Leopard and 10.7 Lion) and Linux (all distributions where the latest KDE or GNOME can be installed).

What screen resolution do I need?

Technically you don’t need a specific screen resolution because ePages software fits all screens. However, from our experience we recommend using these screen resolutions:

Low: 1280 x 1024

High: 1920 x 1080

 

* Source: Use of browsers (global data).

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