There are two main Web browsers in use today which account for most of the Internet's browsing user base: Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape. You can upgrade your browser to the latest IE version by going to the Windows Update section of the Microsoft website. You can download the latest version of Netscape by going to the Browser Central section of the Netscape website.
Are you Java enabled for site navigation and photo customization?
To use the custom photo features of the Online Dash Pics Shopping Cart, you will need to have a Java-enabled browser
If you are using Windows, and you do not have the Java Virtual Machine installed,
you may download it here:
Download and Install Java
The Online Dash Pics Shopping Cart Website is best viewed at a screen resolution of at least 800 x 600.
You can test your current screen size (resolution) by looking at the arrows below. Read the numbers next to the arrow on the right of your screen, without scrolling horizontally! The higher the resolution, the more you see on your screen at one time. Monitors currently set on low res (640 x 480) will see one arrow, standard res (800 x 600) see 2 arrows, hi res (1024 x 768 or above) see three or more.
Monitors can often be set to display at different screen resolutions and different numbers of colors. By default, your equipment may not currently be set to perform at its best. By changing your settings, you may be able to produce better results than you are currently getting. Generally, best results are obtained by setting the monitor (screen) to display at the highest resolution and number of colors possible for your system.
In this way, you see a greater area of Web pages displayed at one time, reducing scrolling, enhancing layout and making images appear better quality, less grainy or "dotty". If you are using Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2K/XP operating system (if you have a "START" button in the bottom left of your screen, then you ARE) and a Pentium system (not 486 or below), follow these instructions to optimize your system:
To change settings:
Close all other applications (or at least minimize them)
Right click on your desktop
Click on the "settings" tab
Note the current settings
Change colors from 16 or 256 colors, to True Color (32 Bit) (or High Color 16 Bit)
Increase screen area from 640 x 480, to 800 x 600 pixels (or 1024 x 768)
You may need to restart your machine, or may be prompted to keep or cancel settings.
If you don't like the results, or your applications don't perform & display correctly,
just repeat the exersize and set it back the way it was. If your browser was running
as you resized the screen, you may need to close it and reopen, for it to display
Still cannot get the system to work correctly? Contact Us