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Browsers & Platforms

Browsers & Platforms

This website is developed and tested to degrade gracefully in older browsers. However, it is best viewed using the following Internet browsers and platforms:

  • Netscape 6 or newer on Windows 2000, XP or Macintosh OS 9 and up
  • Internet Explorer 5.5 or newer on Windows 2000 or Macintosh OS 9 and up

If you have an older version or a browser that is not listed above, please visit the Netscape or Microsoft (for Internet Explorer) websites to download a more recent version.

Browser Specific Features

The security settings can be customized under Internet Options in Internet Explorer 6+. If the security is set to "High", JavaScript and cascading style sheets will not work on the website. As a result, you will be unable to open PDF documents, Flash files, videos, and any other content that is generated through JavaScript. In addition, the design of the website might appear distorted. To change the security setting and enable JavaScript and style sheets, do the following:

  1. Select "Internet Options" in "Tools" in the menu bar on the top of your browser.
  2. Select the "Security" tab.
  3. Select "Custom Level".
  4. Set the settings to "Medium" in the "Reset Custom Settings" area.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Click OK.

Screen Resolution

This website is best viewed at resolutions of 800 x 600 or higher.

Colors and Images

This website uses colors derived from the Web-Safe 216-color palette. This is a set of colors that do not 'dither' on 8-bit Windows and Macintosh video displays. Photographs are exempt from any color limitation.

Technologies & Plug Ins

HTML Validation

All templates and pages generally comply with W3C standard XHTML 1.0. Some deviations may be purposefully made to conform to down-level browsers or browser errors.

CSS Validation

All CSS files on this website meet W3C CSS1 standard. Some modifications may be made to address some Internet Explorer additions and to address down-level browsers.

JavaScript Usage

The site uses JavaScript for the following:

  • form validation

Usage of Applets and ActiveX

This website does not use Applets or ActiveX.

Disability Compliance

The site meets Priority 1 Disability Compliance as set forth by the W3C WAI (W3C Web Accessibility Initiative) Priority 1 compliance section.


Main Audience-based Navigation

All pages have audience-based main navigation (for diners, for operators) located on the top right corner of the page. On the home page, these two navigation items are also available in the center of the page. Use this navigation to reach the two main sections of the website. Each of these main sections in turn has its own main and sub navigation that provide access to the pages within that section.

Secondary Navigation Bar

All pages have a secondary navigation bar beneath the main audience-based navigation in the top right corner of each page. Use this navigation to access site wide content and functionality: Home, About Us, FAQ, Help, Contact Us, and Site Map.

Assistance Links (Breadcrumbs)

All pages have assistance links (breadcrumbs) on the top of each web page. The breadcrumbs show the hierarchical path from the home page down to the current page. It is designed to give you a sense of your current location relative to the website structure. You can also use it to jump to any desired higher-level web page in one click.

Footer and Back-to-Top Links

All pages have a back-up text link navigation for the primary navigation on the bottom of each page. The footer is designed to enable you to access a primary navigation web page without scrolling to the top of the page.

The back-to-top links are provided to minimize your scrolling and added on long web pages.


All pages on this website are printable on a PC or Mac.

Printing in Microsoft Internet Explorer

Option 1:

  1. Bring your mouse to top menu of your web browser.
  2. Click on the menu option featuring a printer icon.

Option 2:

  1. Right click with your mouse.
  2. Select "Print".
  3. Click OK in the printer dialog box.

Printing in Netscape

  1. Bring your mouse to top menu of your web browser.
  2. Click on the menu option featuring a printer icon.