What do I need to see the English site correctly?
What if the site looks terrible, with all the links and images pressed up against the left side?
If you have a 4.0 or later version of Netscape or Explorer, this problem can only be caused by the Stylesheet function being switched off in your browser. It shouldn't be this way (much of the Web now uses Stylesheets) but it does happen. Here is
What if the links to the right side of the Shakespeare image, the links to Susurrus, the Division Home, etc., don't work at all?
This is a very troubling problem. If your cursor (that little arrow that moves around on your screen when you move your mouse) doesn't turn into a hand with a pointing finger when it passes over the links, if you click and nothing at all happens on the right side of Shakespeare, you are probably 1) using Internet Explorer and not Netscape Communicator, and 2) you have a version of Explorer that is not current, something less than the 5.0 release.
The solution is simple: close Explorer and launch Netscape if you have it, or download the latest version of Internet Explorer.
So how do I download the latest versions of Internet Explorer and/or Netscape Communicator?
Very easily. All that is required is to log on to either
The Netscape Communicator Home Site
The Internet Explorer Home
and click on the dowload button. Both companies make downloading their newest browsers very easy. Of course, both are completely and totally FREE!
What if I still have a problem or question?
If you're still confused, or if you have any comments about the site, please contact the Division Webmaster. My name is Troy Myers; I teach in the English Department, and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call my office at 916.429.1319 and leave a message if I'm not in. Happy surfing!