HOW TO VIEW THIS WEBSITE - OPTIMAL DISPLAY

Dear Visitor, at the moment, .

 

If you want to enjoy the design of this Website, allow your browser to support frames and Java features. If your browser cannot do so, you can download the newest browsers  for free, by following these links:

Great efforts were made to make this Website cross-browser compatible. Still, some stylesheet specifications and Javascripts would only function with Internet Explorer and had to be commented out for Netscape and other browsers.

All content is diplayed in tables 750 pixels wide centering automatically. With 800 x 600 pixel screen resolution, you should be able to view this content without horizontal scrolling.
Still, I strongly recommend a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels or higher and at least
"High Color" (16 bit) or better "True Color" (24 or 32 Bit) color depth for comfortable viewing. 

At the moment, your screen parameters are as follows:

 width (pixel):

 height (pixel):

 color depth (Bit):

 pixel depth (Bit):

To pre-view how this Website (or any other Website) would look if you would change your screen resolution (opens a pre-view in a new window):

 
 

By clicking this  icon in the left upper corner, you will load the Intro page in a new, fullscreen window. From there, you can surf the Website very comfortably. To close the fullscreen mode and get back to your normal browser layout, just click the sign in the upper right corner of the screen or press ALT+F4.

If text and pictures do not seem to combine sizewise, adjust your browser settings to display text characters bigger or smaller. The following text line should be about as long as the bar below it:

"The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."

Please report any bugs or broken links by e-mail.

 


 

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