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"The webpage is too wide for my screen"

The vast majority of modern monitors are are set to at least a 1024x768 resolution, so this webpage has been designed with that in mind as a minimum resolution. If you cannot see the full width of the webpage, then you will have to increase your resolution. To do this on a Windows computer, right-click the desktop and choose, "Properties." Then choose, "Settings" and move the screen resolution slider on the left until it is at 1024x768 and click, "Apply" and then click "OK." If you are running another Operating System, please consult your OS documentation.

"When I hover my mouse cursor over staff photos, I don't see any changes"

The "Staff" section of this website uses javascript to function properly. Most, but not all web browsers are setup to handle this. If you do not see the picture and description on the right side of the page change when you rollover an image to the left, then you need to enable javascript on your browser. Please consult documentation on your specific web browser to enable this.

"The webpage doesn't look right. It's unreadable or scrambled"

This website has been created to work with all modern web browsers, including, Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+, Google Chrome 1+, recent releases of Safari and Opera 3+. You will have to use one of these web browsers to view the page as it was meant to be seen. Note that Safari and Google Chrome may render the navigation bar slightly differently from other browsers, but this shouldn't cause any difficulties.

Each page of this website is both W3C XHTML 1.0 compliant and W3C CSS 2.1 compliant. These standards provide the widest possible (reasonable) range of browser compatibility.