This is the Java-based site browser for my website. It is presently undergoing testing; I can't guarantee that it will work correctly, but it should if it is run on a properly-configured computer.
If this applet fails to run, make sure that you have the latest Java VM (Virtual Machine) installed on your computer. You can download the latest Java VM from Sun's website; they offer this version for many different operating systems, including all Windowses versions '95 and newer, but, unfortunately, not for Macs.
This applet seems to work correctly on MacOS X. MacOS 9 does not support the Java Swing API; if you want to learn about or download the Swing API, go to my Software Plugins page.
Here is an example of what the browser window should look like on a Windows machine, if it loads correctly:
Here is an example of what the browser window should look like on a MacOS X machine, if it loads correctly:
Here is an example of what the browser window should look like on a MacOS 9 machine, if t loads correctly, and you have installed the Java Swing API:
The applet is set to use the appearance of the computer on which it is running; if, for some reason, no appearance is available to the program, it will default to the universal Java user interface.
The box on the left is the navigation box, the big box on the right is the preview box. Use the navigation box to choose the webpage to view. The webpage that you have chosen will appear, after it has been fully downloaded, in the preview box (this feature does not seem to work perfectly yet on all computers, most notably MacOS 9 machines). The preview box does not presently support a number of web page features, including links to other pages, so to view a given page in a normal, full-featured browser, navigate to the page and click the 'Go To Page' button in the lower left corner of the screen.