(This is outdated but may give you a clue.)

This website was originally constructed with both laptops and PCs in mind. I am adjusting these instructions to take Microsoft Explorer browser 7 and Macintosh Safari into account. Taking a moment to understand and implement this, just once, will hopefully permit anyone to view and navigate this site as originally intended.

The best view of this web-site has to do both with the resolution of your monitor, and which browser you are using.


Explorer browser 6:

For PCs (not laptops): When adjusted properly, the viewing window is purposely small so that it will show up correctly on most laptops. However, people with larger monitors may desire a larger viewing window. Just increase the font size. Expand your browser window to compensate.

If medium doesn't look the best, try selecting "Larger" from "View / Text size. When the CohenUFO opening page comes up, clicking on the logo "" will scroll it slightly out of sight, and pop "UFOs" to the top of the page.

Note: At this point, table of contents URL (surrounded by red text) should appear at the bottom. Adjust browser window height. (only if necessary) Click on it to get an overview of the site. If you are using Chrome or such and still can't see the table of contents, scroll down a bit further or pull bottom of window down a drop.

Clicking on "UFOs" should jump you to "The Reason for this Website."

Note: Clicking on any title will usually pop the title you clicked on to the top of the page.

For Laptops:
Medium font is probably best. On some laptops, even the smallest text size will not give the view I have mentioned above. CohenUFO can still be easily read and negotiated.

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Explorer browser 7: (Settings)

Best view: Keep the "zoom" control (lower right corner of viewing window) - set at 100%.
(Higher "zoom" will push things that are supposed to be _in_ the viewing window, outside the window. It will also create anomolies with graphics inserted within the text. Higher zooming will affect other websites similarly. Dont blame me, it was a new Microsoft browser function.)


For PCs (not laptops): (at least the way it used to work?)

If you want to increase the size of the text and viewing window: Go to View, below the arrows on the left side of the browser (or to the word Page on the right side). Click on View or Page . Find "Text Size " within there, and set it to Larger. Increasing size in this manner will permit proper, automatic formatting of my pages within your browser window. Follow directions as per all red text above.

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For iPads, etc:
On these devices, if the text is too small, you can always use your fingers to expand its size to improve its readibility.

Macintosh Safari Users:
Just use "Command +" to make the text larger. Increase window size if necessary.

Now begin clicking and learning something about UFOs.


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