This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to set presentation styles for all elements on our web pages. If the page style looks very plain or appears odd, you may be using an older browser (consider upgrading).
- A fluid layout without banner graphics that includes links to skip navigation. This layout is intended for those needing a more accessible page (this style is a variation of the 'Minimal' style).
- A minimalist fluid layout for those wanting a plainer look, a more accessible page, or a page style appropriate for the smallest screens (640 x 480 or smaller).
- Styled to fit on a 800 x 600 screen, this layout will be fluid for smaller windows for some browsers (but not on Internet Explorer). This layout does not respond well to changes in the default font size. Note that because of space restrictions, this style option isn't included in the orange banner bar.
- This layou28 August, 2009ller windows (not in Internet Explorer though).
- A fluid layout that will expand or contract to fit the available space on most browsers and may also work well on smaller screens (e.g. 640 x 480).
If the text size is too small for you to read, most browsers have an option to change the default font size under the 'view' menu.
If you are using a modern browser, you may notice that our web pages look very different when printed. The banner graphics are removed, and the typeface changes to a serif font. External links (to pages outside our site) will show their URL for future reference. We hope these features make our content more useful when printed
Every effort has been made to ensure that our Web site is viewable by most browsers and is accessible to those with disabilities. However, very old browsers will see very plainly styled pages. Upgrading to a more modern standards-compliant browser is relatively painless and will improve your experience on the web. Please let us know if you have accessibilty issues or other comments about our site (click the commments link at the bottom of this page).