Site structureSite structure and conventions

Pages on this site have two main elements: the menu, on the left side, and the main page body, on the right. The menu is organised into sections, and has three hierarchical "levels". The top level shows the sections, below that level are the page links, and below the visible page link are the links to page anchors (shortcuts to specific parts of the page). The current location (section and page) is shown in black. You can open and close sections and anchor lists by clicking on the section and page names, respectively. You can also hide the entire menu (ex., for printing) by clicking on the logo at the top. On modern browsers the menu will remain visible as you scroll down the page.

Inside the main body, anchors are identified by an arrow, followed by large, bold text. Links are shown with a dotted underline that changes to solid when you place your mouse cursor over the link. Links to pages that you have already visited are shown in dark purple, while new (unvisited) links are shown in blue. Note that the decision about whether a link has been visited or not is made by your browser; most browsers will consider a link as new if you haven't visited it in a certain number of days.

Browsing tipsTips for optimal browsing

This site is optimised for a 1024x768 window, but it should adapt well to other window sizes. The site uses fully standards-compliant XHTML, CSS and JavaScript / DOM code, and will therefore render correctly in any browser that supports those standards. The latest versions of Opera and Mozilla-based browsers (such as Firefox) all render the site correctly. The current version of Microsoft Internet Explorer has some functionality and display bugs that prevent it from rendering all elements. Whenever possible, workarounds for those bugs have been included in the site's code, but if you want an optimal browsing experience, use a modern, standards-compliant browser.

Valid XHTML Valid CSS

The site is "power-browsing" friendly. Every link can be opened in a separate or background window (if your browser supports it), every page and anchor can be bookmarked, there are no pop-ups or frames, and no plug-ins are required. Some of the features mentioned above, such as the ability to hide the menu or open and close sections, require JavaScript support in the browser, but the site will work fine even if JavaScript is disabled. Devices with very small screens or no support for images (ex., cell phones or text-only browsers) are likely to exhibit some formatting problems, but all information should still be accessible.

Page listList of all pages in the website

If, for some reason, your browser cannot render the menu correctly, you can find a complete list of the site's pages below. If you still have problems accessing any of the pages, please contact us.

Page Main : Welcome
Page Main : Navigation
Page Main : Contact
Page Main : Search

Page Samarium : Product information
Page Samarium : FAQ
Page Samarium : Help
Page Samarium : Downloads

Page Cobalt : Product information
Page Cobalt : Help