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Browser Requirements

Putting customers first since 1901.

Minimum Online Banking Requirements

Computer Equipment Operating System
  • Computer with a 486/66-MHz processor or higher
  • Modem or Internet connection
  • Windows 7, Windows 8
  • MAC OSX 10.10.4 "Yosemite"
Web Browser with (at least) 128-bit encryption

Microsoft Internet Exporer®

  • Windows 7 - Version 11.0
  • Window 8 - Version 11.0
  • Window 10 - Version 11.0
  • Mac OS X 10.3.5 High Sierra - Not Available
  • iPad (iOS 11) - Not Available
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ - Not Available
  • Goolge Pixel 2 (Android 8.0 Oreo) - Not Available
  • iPhone X (iOS 11) - Not Available
  • iPhone 8 (iOS 11) - Not Available

Microsoft Edge®

  • Windows 7 - Not Available
  • Window 8 - Not Available
  • Window 10 - Version 40.0
  • Mac OS X 10.3.5 High Sierra - Not Available
  • iPad (iOS 11) - Not Available
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ - Not Available
  • Goolge Pixel 2 (Android 8.0 Oreo) - Not Available
  • iPhone X (iOS 11) - Not Available
  • iPhone 8 (iOS 11) - Not Available

Safari®

  • Windows 7 - Not Available
  • Window 8 - Not Available
  • Window 10 - Not Available
  • Mac OS X 10.3.5 High Sierra - Version 11
  • iPad (iOS 11) - Version 11.4
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ - Not Available
  • Goolge Pixel 2 (Android 8.0 Oreo) - Not Available
  • iPhone X (iOS 11) - Version 11.4
  • iPhone 8 (iOS 11) - Version 11.4

Google ChromeTM

  • Windows 7 - Version 68
  • Window 8 - Version 68
  • Window 10 - Version 68
  • Mac OS X 10.3.5 High Sierra - Version 68
  • iPad (iOS 11) - Not Available
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ - Version 68
  • Goolge Pixel 2 (Android 8.0 Oreo) - Version 68
  • iPhone X (iOS 11) - Version 68
  • iPhone 8 (iOS 11) - Version 68

Mozilla Firefox®

  • Windows 7 - Version 61
  • Window 8 - Version 61
  • Window 10 - Version 61
  • Mac OS X 10.3.5 High Sierra - Version 61
  • iPad (iOS 110 - Not Available
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ - Not Available
  • Goolge Pixel 2 (Android 8.0 Oreo) - Not Available
  • iPhone X (iOS 11) - Not Available
  • iPhone 8 (iOS 11) - Not Available

NOTE: Internet Explorer 9 and older, Chrome 43 and older, and Firefox 39 and older are no longer supported by the Online Banking service. First National Bank Texas recommends you to switch to Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 40 or higher, Chrome 44 or higher, or Safari 8.0.7 or higher to access your First National Bank Texas Account.

**Only the above browsers are fully supported. Although other browsers may be used with at least 128-bit encryption, they may not function properly. If you experience issues accessing our Online Banking we recommend you update your browser to one of the browsers mentioned above.

How to check what version of browser is being used
Microsoft Internet Explorer
  1. * On the toolbar click "Help" then "About Internet Explorer"
    * Note: If there is no toolbar across the top - you may have to press the "Alt" key.
Mozilla Firefox
  1. Select "Help" then "About Mozilla Firefox"
Cookies
While cookies are not required to use Online Banking, if cookies are not enabled on the browser, challenge questions may be asked every time you log into Online Banking from that computer.
Enabling Cookies
* You may prefer to keep your cookies disabled for privacy reasons. Internet Explorer and Firefox allow you to explicitly define web sites for which cookies are allowed.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
(this turns on cookies for our Online Banking site only)
Mozilla Firefox
(this turns on cookies for our Online Banking site only)
  1. * Select "Tools" then "Internet Options"
  2. Select the "Security" tab
  3. Select the "Trusted Sites" icon
  4. Click the "Sites" Button
  5. Type in the address https://online.1stnb.com
  6. Click "OK" or "Close"
  7. Click "OK" to exit
    * Note: If there is no toolbar across the top - you may have to press the "Alt" key.
  1. Select "Tools" then "Options"
  2. In the Cookies section, with "Accept Cookies" unchecked,
    click the "Exceptions" button
  3. Type in the address https://online.1stnb.com and click "Allow"
  4. Click "Close"
  5. Click "OK" to exit
Content Advisor (Internet Explorer)
In Internet Explorer, Content Advisor should be disabled for the best possible results. If enabled, you may get "Processing Errors" along with an "Incident Reference" number. The steps below will guide you through disabling the Content Advisor in Internet Explorer.
  • Click "Tools" then "Internet Options" and select the "Content"Tab.
    *Note: If there is no toolbar across the top - you may have to press the "Alt" key.
  • If there is a "Disable" button under Content Advisor - it needs to be clicked to disable it.
    • If the button already says"Enable" - that means that Content Advisor is off.
Screenshot of Internet Options