The site has been designed to work with all modern browsers. It has been tested for compatibility and consistency with Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Internet Explorer.
The site at full-size is designed to fit into a browser window 1024 pixels wide. When viewing the site on a smaller window or device, the site is designed to scale downwards to fit. On a small mobile or tablet screen, the navigation and search features will condense into a set of menus at the top of the site to improve the readability of the page's content.
This site is designed to adjust and adapt to your preferred text size. If you are experiencing difficulty with text size on this site, you can adjust this through your browser settings.
Internet Explorer 7 and 8:
Internet Explorer 9 and 10:
Alternatively if you use a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can adjust browser text size by positioning the mouse over the page content, holding the "Ctrl" key and scrolling up or down.
If you need to reset the text settings to the browser defaults, you can follow through the instructions given above and select to reset to the default setting. e.g. "Reset" in Firefox; "Medium" in IE7/8; "100%" in IE9/10.
If you are experiencing issues accessing some parts of the website, you may want to try the following:
If you have software which blocks "pop-up" windows, this may be stopping you from seeing documents that open in a new browser window.
"Cookies" are small pieces of data stored on your computer by your browser. You may need to have cookies enabled in your Internet options to view or download some content, or to log in to some secure areas of this site.
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Many of Council's documents online are stored in PDF format. To open these documents you will need to have a PDF reader installed. You can download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking here.
Some older archived documents, as well as some forms designed for user input before printing, are stored in Microsoft Word format.
If you don't have Microsoft Office installed on your computer, you will need the freely available Microsoft Word Viewer or a compatible application (such as OpenOffice.org Writer) to view these documents in their original format.
You can download the latest version of the Microsoft Word Viewer by clicking here.
If you have tried the above and still encounter a problem on the website, please email details to email@example.com.