CCSi WebSite Quality Viewing Assurance
Visit CSE's WebSite The content of the CCSi WebSite has been validated using the CSE HTML Validator by AI Internet Solutions. This assures visitors that the CCSi WebSite has complied with the CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) standard, Level 1 or 2, and the HTML 4.01 Transitional standard as established by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
The content, graphics, organization and design of the CCSi WebSite have been developed, written, edited and researched by Michael Kent Warner, a member of the HTML Writer's Guild. This is a voluntary organization dedicated to the development of standards, practices, techniques, competency, and ethics as applied to WWW design and development. Visit the HTML Writers Guild WebSite
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CCSi has registered this WebSite with the Internet Content Rating Association, an international, independent organization that assists in making informed decisions about electronic media by means of voluntary, objective, yet monitored, labelling of content.
How to Best View the CCSi WebSite
CCSi has provided this page to allow Netscape® (Version 3.0 and above), Microsoft Internet Explorer® (Version 4.0 or above), Opera® (Versions 3.0 and above), and America on Line (Version 6.0 and above) users, employing Microsoft Windows® 95, 98, 2000, ME or XP operating systems the best possible viewing of our WebSite. This WebSite has not been tested on the Mac OS (Operating System).
The changes you will make to your operating system settings will also provide improved viewing pleasure at many other websites, regardless of that site's particular format.
Netscape® and Opera® (versions prior to 4.0) do not render certain elements of HTML and CSS 1 / CSS 2 in the same fashion as Microsoft® Internet Explorer (also, versions prior to 4.0). This occasionally results in text and image anomalies, such as misalignment, unintended size or other presentation issues. This seems to have been resolved in Mozilla Firefox®, and Netscape version 7.x, (both have the option of employing an “Explorer® Engine”), however most remain with Opera®.
The W3C standards for HTML and CSS, while adhered to by these internet browsers, and others, have always had compatibility issues. The W3C standards are evolving quite rapidly, and the future holds that cross—browser compatibility issues will be reduced, but probably never eliminated, in short order. However, in the interim, should you experience difficulties viewing the CCSi WebSite, we recommend using Microsoft® Internet Explorer Version 5.5 or higher.
Users of BeOS™, IBM OS/2 Warp®, Linux®, MacIntosh®, MS—DOS™, Solaris®, Sparc®, Unix®, VMS, X Window System (Sun) and other OSs, platforms, emulators, etc., should refer to their documentation, respective vendor's website, or contact their system administrator for upgrading information.
Please follow the instructions below.
All Windows® Users:
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Update your operating system (OS) to include the latest improvements and patches:
  1. Microsoft Windows Download Center
Upgrade your Internet browser software to the latest version:
  1. Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 6.x;
  2. Netscape Version 8.x;
  3. America on Line Version 8.x;
  4. Mozilla Firefox Version 8.x
America On Line®, (AOL) Users:
AOL users employing releases prior to version 6.0 may experience reduced graphical image quality. This is due to the AOL protocol for processing compressed JPEG and interlaced GIF formatted image files. These file types appear on our website as they offer good quality in concert with reduced size and loading times.
AOL users that can not upgrade to version 6.0 and higher may avoid the reduced image quality experienced on this and many other web sites, by following these directions:
  1. Go to the Microsoft® Windows® Update WebSite;
  2. Select Product Updates;
  3. Scroll Down the Listings to "Multimedia";
  4. Select AOL ART Image Format Support;
  5. Follow the instructions for downloading and installing the upgrade.
All Windows® Users
1. Close your browser by clicking on the upper right “x”.
2. Close all other applications.
3. Right click on an open area of your desk top, NOT on an icon or inside an open application window.
4. Select “Properties” from inside the pop—up menu list box.
6. Select the “Settings” tab in the Display Properties List Box.
7. In Color select “256 colors” or the highest selection available.
8. In Resolution select “1024 x 768”, if this is not available, viewing the CCSi WebSite may require that the user employ “scrolling” in order to view an entire page.
A resolution of “800 x 600” is shown in the examples below.
9. In the Font Size area select “Small Fonts” or “96 DPI” from the list box.
Windows® 95 screen examples:
Windows® 98 screen examples:
Windows® 2000 screen examples:
Windows® XP screen examples:
10. Select “Apply”, then “OK” from the Display Properties List Box.
11. Follow the instructions (prompts) as given. It may be necessary to select “YES” if you are presented with a Systems Setting Change Box. Your computer may have to be restarted for the changes to take effect.
In some instances your video graphics hardware or software may require that you make other selective changes. You may also need to rearrange your desk top icons and resize your wallpaper to accommodate the new display settings.

Copyright © 2006 CCSi, Inc. • All Rights Reserved • Published March, 2006
Corporate Consulting, Service & Instruments, Incorporated
221 Beaver Street • Akron, Ohio 44304 USA
Telephone: 800.742.8535 / 330.376.3600 • Facsimile: 800.229.9329 / 330.376.8500