I thought I would make some quick suggestions on how to view this site in your web browser. There are many web browsers available today on numerous operating systems. There are also many different sizes of computer monitor screens in use. From the old CRT monitor screens to flat panel laptop and desktop screens, many which are very wide screens indeed.
The aspect ratio, like in television, is quite different, depending on what you are viewing this site on. Your web browser may also start out, or you may have changed, the percentage of your desktop that it occupies. If this site appears to you as too much of a skinny stripe down the middle of your monitor screen – you might consider increasing the ZOOM of your web browser. This in combination with Restore down (in Windows the button in the upper right next to the minimize button) may make the presentation of this sites pages more pleasing and easier for you to read.
The main contents (Table of Contents), other than the blog post entries, is at the upper left hand side of the screen and includes:
About, Contact, and Product information buttons which each reveal a page with the relevant information and often with links to other web sites or pages that I have about that item. You would want to miss those items – and where it comes to the products I appreciate any purchases as they help support this blog and they are very good products anyway.
This web site uses Word Press as its software to manage the blog. This is a condensed or smaller version of my main web sites. And it uses more modern navigation than the other sites do. Some people like that better. The other main web sites, however, may contain lots more content (articles, information, etc.) Some visitors come for that – but others are just looking to contact me or to purchase a particular product … or to ask me on board a marine vessel (sail, motor yacht, etc.) to consult or make recommendations for their communications, computer, and Internet systems and devices.
If you are having trouble locating anything – please don’t hesitate to call or email me.
Alan Spicer Marine Telecom
communications @ marinetelecom.net