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Form fields missing, pages look funny? Check your browser

Posted By Administration, Thursday, March 31, 2016

Our website application uses cutting-edge technologies and the latest web development techniques. 

Note that operating system updates may cause browsers to not function properly as well.


In order to utilize all site functions and features, we recommend users follow these minimum requirements to ensure proper functionality:

  • Operating Systems - The following operating systems have been tested for compatibility: Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & Mac OS 10.3. Additional operating systems may function properly however they have not been tested.
  • Browsers for MS Windows Users - The following minimum browser versions are suggested: Google Chrome 41Firefox 36 or Microsoft's Internet Explorer 11. Older versions may be used with reduced functionality. It is also recommended to keep your browsers updated to the latest builds within your version.
  • Browsers for Mac Users - We suggest using the latest version of Safari that is available with your Operating System. In addition, Mozilla Firefox 4 or higher for optimal compatibility.
  • Security requirements for all browsers Secure portions of the site utilize an SSL with TLS 1.2 encryption. While this is enabled by default for newer browsers older browser versions such as Internet Explorer 8 will need this option enabled.
  • Monitor Resolution - A minimum monitor resolution of 1024x768 or higher is recommended to ensure proper website display and menu rendering.
  • Monitor Color Depth - We recommend the monitor color depth is set to 16 bit "high color" or greater.
  • WYSIWYG Content Editor - For the best compatibility we recommend using using the latest version of the browser as outlined in the sections above.
  • Accept Cookies - We strongly recommend the computer accepts cookies for proper functionality. Some site features like the "Remember Me" function require the use of cookies. Note that some desktop security suites will disable JavaScript and cookies.
  • JavaScript Enabled - Please ensure the browser allows JavaScript to run. In most instances, this is the default setting when the browser is installed. It is possible to experience issues with certain aspects of the front end of the site if JavaScript is disabled. For instance, the content editor will not function if JavaScript is disabled. Note that some desktop security suites will disable JavaScript and cookies.

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