Please Upgrade Your Browser!
Note that you can still utilize frightcatalog.com's ecommerce functionality. However, the visual layout will be broken!
Where to from here?
What can you do about this situation? You should consider upgrading your current browser. All of the following browsers are available free.
frightcatalog.com recommends Mozilla Firefox when browsing our site. Currently, it is the best software for surfing the web. It is available for all major operating systems including Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX.
Safari is Apple’s own browser for Mac OS X, and will come installed on most new Macs. frightcatalog.com behaves perfectly in Safari and we recommend it as a viable option to Firefox.
If you are running Mac OS X, and prefer to have a lean, mean & quick browser, take a look at Camino. It is based on the same rendering engine used in Mozilla Firefox and delivers an excellent browsing experience.
Internet Explorer 7 / Win
IE6 for Windows is not optimal for viewing frightcatalog.com but will render all pages and features correctly.
Internet Explorer is KNOWN for having MAJOR SECURITY flaws.» www.microsoft.com/windows/ie
To read more about standards and why they’re good for the whole Internet, check out the website of the » Web Standards Project.
What did I do wrong?
Nothing really. This site was created using two web standard technologies: XHTML and Cascading Stylesheets (CSS). Your browser does not support these standards correctly and so, to spare you from seeing the attempt your browser would have made at displaying the full design, much of the presentational aspects of the site from you. That was for your own good. You can continue to read the site in it’s stripped-back form, or you can see about improving your experience.
Users with standards-supporting browsers get the full version of the site, and never have to see this page. Once you start putting your site together you may be making a page like this of your own. More and more websites are now moving to standards-compliant designs, so you’re going to be coming up against a few more of these warning messages unless you take action. As the web progresses, more sites will require that you upgrade to a modern browser.