[Site Map] -
[Known Problems] -
Surfing through the LEM web site is aided by the button bar on top of most pages.
If you get lost, clicking on the picture of the glasses in a button
bar or at the bottom of each page will take back to the very
front page of our site. The modules in our Educational section are self-
contained and have their own links that are dependent on how the
authors wish the module to be presented - some are more linear or may have
more external links than others. In any case, while you are visiting us,
you may return to the front of the LEM site by clicking on the glasses on
the bottom of each page.
An upper-level outline of the content of our site is available. This
Site Map will give both new visitors and old friends an overview of some of what we have to offer.
The LEM site has the following known problems with browsers.
- NCSA Mosaic does not support client-side image maps or recognize links
within tables, causing a serious impediment to navigating the LEM site with
NCSA Mosaic. Versions of Mosaic licensed to third party vendors may support
these features and may not have these problems.
- Netscape 3.0 on a Macintosh running an older OS may experience
incompatibility problems. Please see
Netscape 3.0 Release Notes for Macintosh for a list of known problems.
Also, there is the following warning from Netscape:
Please be advised that three Macintosh software
products were found to be incompatible with Netscape Navigator 3.0.
Before installing Navigator 3.0
you should download new versions of SpeedDoubler from
Connectix and SurfWatch.
If you use Apple's Open Transport networking
software, you should install Open Transport 1.1, which is part of the
Macintosh System 7.5.3 upgrade.
LEM recommends that Mac users download
Netscape Navigator 3.01 and use MacOS 7.5.5.
LEM makes every attempt to stay back-compatible with earlier versions of
Netscape and cross-compatible with as many browsers as possible. If you
experience any problems, do not hesitate to let us know via E-mail: email@example.com.
For links to browsers and helper applications.
Base URL: http://www-k12.atmos.washington.edu/k12/