Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Osprey Clothing

Get your Osprey branded clothing from the web shop

Osprey Class Clothing

 

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Web Browsers

There are known issues with the display of this web site in different web browsers, these are being investigated.

This web site has been tested using the following web browsers and computer environments by the webmaster. Apple OSX has not been tested because webmaster does not have access to an Apple system.

  Microsoft Vista Microsoft Windows 7 openSUSE Linux Linux Mint
Apple Safari Yes No No No
Google Chrome Yes Yes Yes Yes
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 Yes Yes No No
Mozilla Firefox Yes Yes Yes Yes
Opera Yes No No No

For the best browsing experience it is recommended that this web site is viewed using Google Chrome or Opera web browsers, followed by Mozilla Firefox.

The Apple Safari and Microsoft IE browsers do not display a key piece of functionality, this being a link to the Osprey Class Facebook information via a fly-out Facebook button which should be displayed on the right hand side of the screen.

In addition to the above 'normal' computing environments, the site has been tested using mobile devices; in particular:

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 mobile phone
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7"
  • iPad Mini

The above devices all display the web site well using the facility built-in to the web template that adapts the display depending on the device accessing the site.

 

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