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We recognize that our visitors may have various operating systems and Internet browsers. Although we want every visitor to have the best possible experience on our website, we understand it is impossible to provide webpages that work identically, efficiently, and effectively with all browsers.
The ILC NSW website was developed with standards in mind
In order to support as wide a range of browsers as possible and allow users of all abilities (including those with a visual impairment or physical disability) to access www.ilcnsw.asn.au, the ILC NSW website has been developed according to recognised standards set down by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). One of these standards is for the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS2) so that the site supports any browser that in turn supports this standard.
Some browsers, particularly earlier versions (Netscape 4 and Internet Explorer 4 for example), either do not, or only partially support, this standard. These browsers might not display this site's text and graphics properly.
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ILC NSW website has been tested for compatibility with the following browsers:
The display and behaviour is by no means identical across them. At present the site is targetted primarily at Firefox and later.
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Each page on this website has a consistent look and feel and structure to help you get around. This detailed description of the website's layout will assist you in familiarising yourself to the navigation structure.
1. The top of every page contains the header and global navigation. The global navigation menu displays how the website's information is structured.
2. The section title displays what section of the website your are currently visiting.
3. The sub navigation displays the links that exist in the current section of the website. Click on any of these to view the respective section.
4. The page content area is the place where information related to the current section of the website will appear. For information related pages, the page content area is broken down into “Page Sections”.
At the bottom of every page you will find the footer. You will find links to any parts of the website from here.
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