Our site is has been redesigned to support w3c.org standards, which are guidelines on how a site is coded. The end goal is that any standards-compliant web browser will show essentially the same page, and allows those using non-traditional browsers (speech, pda, etc.) to also successfully access our websites information.

This also results in pages that can "degrade" gracefully in non-text browsers, smaller pages that lead to faster page loading and decreased band width usage. Note: graphics can still be sizeable and lead to large pages and slow loading

If the layout of our pages appears jumbled, then your browser likely is not standards compliant. Browsers currenlty offering the best standards support are:

Full Support

Partial Support (things will generally display, but may look occasionally look buggy)

Poor Support

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