This site is written to take advantage of the features present in today's web browsers. If you want to guarantee you'll have access to all the site's features, you should be using Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Apple's Safari. If you really don't want to give up on Microsoft Internet Explorer, then at least download the latest version - and be sure to turn off compatibility mode. Unfortunately the default setting in IE8 is to have compatibility mode turned on, which basically means you're still using the rather broken IE7.
I've tried to structure the site so older browsers will be able to see plain-vanilla versions of the pages, but it's possible pages may look rather odd at times. It also may be harder to navigate around the site than you might expect. But Web standards have advanced a long way since the days of Netscape 4 and Internet Explorer 6. Since capable modern browsers are freely available for download, there's just no good reason to keep using your old browser anymore!
If the site looks weird to you but you really don't want to upgrade your browser for some reason, then turn stylesheets off in your browser's preferences. That should render the pages easier to read (although rather boring...).
The pages are designed to be viewed at a minimum screen size of 800x600 in 24-bit (true) color. Most computers purchased in the last half-dozen years will meet or exceed this specification without your having to make any changes whatsoever.
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This page was last updated July 9, 2011