Using our website

It's annoying isn't it? You just want to work your way around our website and then suddenly nothing works the way it should.

Well, there are a few things you need to check first...

What browser are you using?

This website is designed and tested to work with the following web browsers;

  • Mozilla Firefox - current version
  • MS Internet Explorer 8 and up
  • Apple Safari - current version
  • Opera - curent version
  • Google Chrome - current version

You'd be surprised how many problems with our website are caused by people using Internet Explorer 6 or 7. IE6 and IE7 are very outdated browsers that are not designed to work with modern websites and web-based applications. IE6 had been superseded over ten years ago, plus there have been dozens of updates to it since then as well. Before you ask us to fix something that doesn't work for you, please make sure you are using one of the browsers above... and please get rid of Internet Explorer 6. It is so old and unsecure that even Microsoft don't support it any more!

Spelling errors and typos

We're all human and sometimes in our hurry to get something online as soon as possible for you, a typo or spelling mistake may be missed. If you notice any, just email [email protected]

Incorrect Information

Again, we are sometimes in a hurry and may miss an important detail in an article. Please email [email protected]

Um... why is my intellectual property on your website?

We draw in a lot of feeds of various types from all over the internet. We only bring in partial feeds where they are offered, although sometimes our automated system may bring in copyrighted or full feeds inadvertently. If you believe that your intellectual copyright has been affected by something on our site, please do not hesitate to email [email protected] and we will resolve the issue as soon as possible for you.

Any other issues?

Just send us an email via [email protected]

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