If you are having trouble accessing the
elearning site, this may be due to your computer settings
and/or browser settings. The following link will access your
current browser and computer settings and provide you with
additional information on how to modify the settings:
When loading DHTML content in a browser,
if the content seems to load
abnormally slow it can be due to your particular connection
Internet. However, if you have a fast connection such as a
Internet connection, which generally should be very fast and
is loading slowly, this could be due to caching preferences.
Your browser has caching preferences,
which allow you to configure when
the browser should fetch a file from the Web Server versus
grabbing a copy of that file that might already exist in your
cache. It has been noticed that in Internet Explorer, the
"check for a newer version of stored pages on every visit
to the page"
can cause long delays as content loads from the server, whereas
set the value to "Automatically Check "the problem
appears to go away.
To pick up the updated pages, click the
'refresh' button on your
browser. If this is unsuccessful, hold down the control key
refresh or press the F5 key on your keyboard. Your browser
pick up the updated page (if one is available). It is also
your cache folder is getting exceptionally full. Clearing
your cache can
result in faster load times..
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The background sizes of each of the lessons
has been configured to show the entire content without having
the need to scroll to find the navigation bars. However, there
are times when the lesson appears with scroll bars. This is
primarily due to the screen resolution and the size of the
browser windows. The following are some solutions to fix this
- Make sure that your browser window
is maximized. Click on the button next to the small X in
the right hand corner.
- Hit F11 to hide/minimize the menu buttons
on the top of the browser window. Hitting F11 again will
return you to the original settings.
- If your screen resolution is set to
800x600 then you may still have scrolling issues with the
lessons. To change your screen resolution, do a right mouse
click on your desktop. Select properties. Select the settings
tab. Adjust the pixel settings to 1024x768. Click on apply
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