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Site Structure and Usability:
The site uses CSS to separate content from presentation, which has the benefit of reducing file sizes and increasing download speeds.
We have tested all our pages on the following browsers to ensure correct formatting:
- + Internet Explorer
- + Mozilla Firefox
- + Google Chrome
- + Opera
- + Safari
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Cookies are most commonly used to track web site activity. When you visit some sites, the server gives you a cookie that acts as your identification card. Upon each return visit to that site, your browser passes that cookie back to the server. In this way, a web server can gather information about which web pages are used the most, and which pages are gathering the most repeat hits.
Only the web site that creates a cookie can read it. Additionally, web servers can use only information that you provide or choices that you make while visiting the website as content in cookies.
Accepting a cookie does not give a server access to your computer or any of your personal information (except for any information that you may have purposely given, as with online shopping). Servers can read only cookies that they have set, so other servers do not have access to your information. Also, it is not possible to execute code from a cookie, and not possible to use a cookie to deliver a virus.