A member suggested that we try to consolidate all glitches, errors, specific complaints in one spot (great idea!!). Please feel free to express your frustrations, dissatisfaction, etc. in any of the other threads, but leave this one strictly for listing your glitches/main concerns as it relates to the new format.
It would be helpful if you would state your browser/operating system, and when you share the error, please be as specific and concise as possible. This will really help our staff and tech team! And, this way we could post what we've fixed, all in one place.
UPDATE 11/15/13; Please read below to ensure your browser and system is compatible with Breastcancer.org:
Breastcancer.org is supported by the following browsers and systems:
- Chrome 26.0* (OS X, Windows),
- Firefox 20.0* (OS X, Windows),
- Safari 5 (OS X, Windows),
- Safari (iOS 5.0 version),
- Internet Explorer 8 and up,
- Android 4.0.1 and up.
To keep up with advancing software, support for older browsers is removed as new versions are released. Breastcancer.org suggests updating your system and / or browser as needed for the best online experience.
Resources for updates can be found at the following URLs:
Internet Explorer: http://www.microsoft.com/en-<wbr>us/download/internet-explorer.<wbr>aspx
What is a web browser?
A web browser is a piece of software used to access the internet. The web browser goes out to grab data, brings it back to you and displays it on your monitor to let you interact with the website.
For users who are using the Microsoft’s Windows operating system, the most likely web browser they’re using is Internet Explorer, or “the blue E” as some people refer to it. Those using Apple’s OS X, their default web browser is Safari.
Internet Explorer and Safari aren’t the only web browser options you have. There is also Chrome and Firefox, both of which are free downloads.
What is an operating system?
Operating systems run your computer, laptop, tablet and phone. The operating system is the brain of your computer and is responsible for telling all the other pieces of your computer what to do. When you click on an icon to open up a program it tells your computer what has to happen to wake that application up so that you can use it.
The most common desktop operating system is Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7, etc.), followed by Apple’s OS X.
Yours, The Mods
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