How best to read this site
You can adjust your browser to make the site easier to read
If you find this text a bit too small, use your browser to increase the text size (command + on a Mac).
If the lines are too long, narrow the width of your browser's window, and there will then be less words on each line.
you have set the text size and the width of your browser's window to
your preferred settings you will find all of this site easy to read.
If you do not know how to adjust your browser, your browser's help will probably have the answer.
This site looks better on browsers other than Internet Explorer
Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) does not comply with some basic
standards, this site will look much better if you use Firefox, Safari,
Opera, or any other standards compliant browser.
On a standards compliant browser all the text on this site will never be wider than the color bars.
is done using a simple command (max-width: 708px), which Microsoft
"forgot" to implement in IE. Microsoft wants me to write some special
code which is only understood by their browser, and which I would need
to add to every page on the site.
On a proper browser
increasing the size of the text should increase the text size, but keep
the length of each line of text the same. As the larger text means that
not as many words will fit onto each line, a proper browser will
automatically wrap the text so that each paragraph now has more lines
Microsoft Explorer does not do this, and instead makes
the lines of text longer. Unfortunately this means that the lines of
text may now be too long to fit inside your browser's window.
you are using Microsoft Explorer I recommend that you upgrade to a
better and standards compliant browser, such as Firefox.
You can download Firefox for free at www.mozilla.com/firefox/