- To find out what browser you are using:
- At the top of your browser window, click Help.
- Select About [browser name].
- This will tell you the version of the browser you are using. Compare this version number to the table above.
A supported browser may not render as expected because of the constant changes in the selections of browsers, but all functionality will be supported. Browsers in "standard" mode will be supported. "Compatibility" mode for browsers (such as Internet Explorer) will not be supported. Business Online Banking may function in a mobile browser, but is also considered unsupported.
Embedded browsers (AOL, for example, uses Internet Explorer) may be supported on their own, but because they are embedded they are considered unsupported.
Please verify that your security settings are set at medium or lower.
Business Online Banking may require deleting "Temporary Internet Files."
Sometimes online banking or Bill Pay need to have old cookies cleared out of your browser's cache to work properly. Delete old cookies, restart your browser, and sign in to online banking again.
- Check out the following for more information:
Incompatible Browser Versions
Browsers that do not appear on this list should not be used to access ESL Business Online Banking because they may present a security risk or not support the basic technologies necessary to use online banking.
If you are using an older version of one of the browsers listed, we recommend upgrading your browser to the latest supported version.
Using newer versions of your browser helps ensure that you are protected by the most recent security updates and will improve your experience on this and other websites. Please be aware as the Internet grows so does the technology around it. Browsers that work today with online banking may become obsolete in the future.
Additionally, as new browser versions are released, they must undergo extensive testing to ensure they support the technologies we use. As a result, newly released browser versions may not yet be "Supported."