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  • This site was designed vertically fluid to W3C XHTML 1.0/CSS standards.
  • It has been successfully validated: XHTML 1.0 transitional, CSS, and Watchfire WebXact Priority Level 3 Accessibility Compliant.
  • It has been extensively tested in the following browsers*: WinXP: IE 6.0 Firefox 2.0
    Win2k: IE 6.0, Netscape 7.1, Mozilla 1.6, Firefox 2.0, Opera 7
    Mac OS X: Safari, Netscape 7.2
    Unix/Solaris 8: Konqueror 3, 1.9.8, Netscape 4.76, Mozilla 1.4*
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*TFG no longer tests for compatibility in version 4.x browsers except by special request and for Unix platforms (Go to Browser Compatibility Testing for more information).

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Tips for viewing Pdf files

Pdf versions of some of the printed pieces have been included to allow a more detailed view of projects that included more than one page or were too large to view as a web graphic.

The first time you click on a Pdf link, it will open a new browser window. Leave this window open as all ensuing pdf links that are selected will open into it, eliminating the need to open and close multiple windows. The only action required will be switching back and forth between the two open windows as you browse.

The size of each Pdf file is shown next to the link to help you decide whether you want to open the file or not.

Move the page around to see different sections simply by clicking on and dragging the Pdf page.

To zoom in or out, click on the page icons located on the top icon command bar. Some of the Pdfs I have created are not zoomable due to size constraints, but the design details should be clear at 100%.