|Trouble viewing this site?
|There might be a few reasons for this.
Though not in order of importance, this is a list of a few things you
The site is designed to be viewable on Macintosh and Windows computers,
using both Internet Explorer (IE) and Netscape Navigator (NN) web browsers.
That said, there are a few natural inconsistencies that can be minimized
by checking the following:
||IE and NN render websites differently and older browsers
do not support the latest web technologies.
This is a superior web browser because
it is stable and displays websites the way they were intended to
version of IE is
6.0 and you can download it for free by clicking the Internet Explorer
||NN does not faithfully reproduce the site as it was
designed to be viewed, especially if the version of Netscape is very
old. This site was tested and is viewable with NN 4.7.
Netscape is currently at version 7.0 and
that if you are attached to using NN, you upgrade to the latest, and
free, version by clicking the Netscape logo. WARNING: Netscape Navigator
will install AOL software on your computer, whether you want it or
Consult your browser’s help file to determine whether or not
||The site was designed to work between a minimum screen resolution
of 800 x 600 pixels and a maximum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
If your monitor is set outside this range, you may have trouble viewing
all of the content. Too low of a setting will cause much of the content
to appear “off the page,” while too high of a setting will
cause text and images to appear extremely small, making them difficult
||If you have a monitor that supports more than 256 colors (8-bit),
by all means use the highest setting supported, which would be at least
16-bit (for PC) or thousands of colors (for Mac). If your monitor is
only using a few colors, it will choose the nearest color for one that
it doesn’t support and this will cause images to look strange.
|Adobe Acrobat Reader:
||As an added feature, selected publications and lists are available
in Adobe PDF-format which preserves the text formatting (underlining,
bold, etc.) and allows for error-free printing. The Adobe Acrobat Reader
is free from Adobe, naturally, and can be downloaded by following clicking
the Adobe logo.
||Printing the HTML pages is not recommended because
the HTML document width is larger than an 8.5 x 11 inch piece of
paper. If you try to directly print from a web page you will most likely
lose the right edge of the document during printing even though you
can see it on the screen. Use the PDF files for printing.