Well, we need to have a little chat. Since your reading this screen, you apparently are not using the latest in browser technology. Guess what? Your not alone. Only a hand full of Internet users have done so. Since technology and in particular the Internet is changing so rapidly, It seems like every time you turn around there's something new. So instead of changing or updating your browser you wait. It's still working so why change it. It's as bad as trying to figure out what to eat. Heck, your still living so why change.
Therefore, I thought we would have this chat. Since we are trying to put together the best Kaneland Knight Site possible, we want to take advantage of the latest technology. The result is a more interesting, informative, colorful, action packed, fun place for you to surf. But there's a problem. What you see through your browser is not nearly as good as what's available to you. If we can convince you to update your browser, (which can be free), then there's a whole new world out there for you to experience. And this is for all sites not just the Knights Site.
If the opening page doesn't display the buttons on the left and the areas at the top and left of the home page are blank or gray the problem is your browser can't read Java scripts.
For this reason simple buttons are available at the bottom of page. These work just like the buttons on the side, it's just that they are not as fancy. Also without Java enabled you will not see a lot of graphics on the other pages as well. Java is the way of future and we strongly recommend upgrading your browser to enable such a capability. So read on to find out how.
OK, now that you are this far, let's review the three primary browsers.
First, is the most popular browser today, Netscape Navigator. Versions below level 2 will work, but barely. Early versions don't support Multiple frames, (you get a blank page), centered graphics, animation, etc. Version 2 is acceptable, but if your going to upgrade, go to the latest version, or at least version 3. It's free for the first 3 months, so it won't cost you anything to try it.
Microsoft Internet Explore is considered the main competitor to Netscape. Both versions are available for free, but version 3 and up requires Windows 95 or 98.
America OnLine (AOL) has it's own browser, and it is usually behind the other two. Version 2.7 will do very little, and at a minium we recommend you upgrade to the new version 3.0 or above. However, even with version 3.0, graphics are not very good and it lacks support for most animation. Therefore, in order to see all of what we have to offer we suggest that you download Netscape or Internet Explorer. Remember Internet Explorer will only run on Windows 95 or 98. Downloading the Netscape Navigator browser or Microsoft Internet Explorer is free through AOL.
It's somewhat easy. We have located instructions on how to setup AOL with one the two recommended browsers. Just follow the instructions for either, by clicking on Windows 3.1 or Windows '95, and in 10 minutes, you're ready to go.
Also, note, as a AOL user, depending on your usage, it should be substantially cheaper to go with a local provider.
If you use any other browser your on your own.
Your Knights Site takes advantage of the latest in browser technology, so for the best experience, we recommend upgrading your browser as new versions of your browser become available. Your Knights Site uses tables and many HTML 3.0 extensions, as well as HTML forms.
We use both GIF files and JPEGs for in-line images. We will also use audio and video clips extensively. Thus, if your browser does not support aligned imbedded tables, forms, or external viewers, you will not be able to fully enjoy the features and design your Knights Site has to offer.
For best results, we recommend that you use a browser such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Explorer is free, however, version 3 or above will only work with Windows 95 or 98. Navigator is free for a 90 day trial. Both can be downloaded from here. To download or to find out more about these browsers click on
Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer
If you still need help or have comments jot us a message.