Nearly all the downloadable documents on this site are offered in at least one accessible format (HTML, TXT).
Some rare PDF documents might also be found on this website without any accessible version directly attached.
If you don’t have acrobat reader, you can download it from the Adobe website.
Otherwise, you can convert PDF documents into classic HTML by using Adobe’s online conversion engine. In order to do this, copy the link to the PDF file and paste it in the supplied field in the online Adobe conversion tool.
The logo is placed on each and every page of the site allowing the direct return to the site’s homepage.
The main links represent the first navigational element available on the top of the page. They are entry points to each of the main sections of the site.
Further navigation is set after the navigational help:
The search engine results pages are “text only” extractions of the pages closest to the search terms. The search terms are set in bold in the results pages to allow rapid identification and to know the relevance of the document compared to expectations.
The site is built according to the W3C recommendations. This consortium’s goal is to define the entire international recommendations concerning data processing languages used to define web pages (HTML, Style sheets, etc…) to push the Net to its optimal potential.
Consequently, this site will offer the best user-experience if browsed with new generation browsers while remaining structurally accessible to previous browsers.
It is recommended to use one of the following browsers for best experience:
On Mac OS X platforms: Opera, Safari, Mozilla 1.x, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 5.x (for Mac OS X, Mac OS 9)
On Windows platforms: Internet Explorer 6, Mozilla 1.x, Mozilla Firefox, Opera
On Linux: Mozilla 1.x, Mozilla Firefox, Opera
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