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About this Website

The ComBio2011 website was first placed online 16 March 2011 and has been accessed Page not found - ASBMB

times since then.

Browser Requirements

This site will look best if viewed in a later model web browser with full support for HTML 4.01 and cascading style sheets (CSS2). For full functionality and security your browser must also support javascript and popup windows. You can easily check if your browser can handle these simple requirements.

Javascript/popup test

You should see a popup window when this button is clicked.

If you can see a green box around this white text then your browser supports CSS2.

Internet Explorer users: you may need to add www.asbmb.org.au to your list of trusted websites in order to prevent javascript from being blocked.

The site has been extensively tested and should display as intended using the following common browsers:

You appear to be using to view this site. Older browsers with incomplete CSS2 and HTML4.01 support (particularly Netscape 4 and Internet Explorer 4) and text mode browsers may not display this site 100% correctly. Those without javascript support may not actually be usable for online registration/abstract submission. It is increasingly difficult to author attractive and functional modern webpages while maintaining backwards compatibility with superseded browsers which have incomplete support for basic web standards. If you have trouble viewing this site, we highly recommend upgrading your browser using one of the above links.

Details

Valid HTML 4.01 TransitionalThe web pages on this site have all been authored on a system running Xubuntu Linux, using free open source software (Bluefish HTML editor, HTML tidy, Gimp image processing, OpenOffice word processing). All HTML code has been validated as correct HTML 4.01.

Feedback

If you encounter any problems with this site, or have any general comments, we would welcome your feedback. Please contact combio@asbmb.org.au