March 31, 2015 I have a problem viewing the site with my Apple Mac

I have a problem viewing the site with my Apple MacTop

Cannot view profiles on a Mac using Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer for Macs has not been supported by either Apple or Microsoft for many years. It has therefore not been upgraded while new developments in web technology have advanced. As our site uses cutting edge technology in some of its design, IE for Macs no longer cuts the mustard.

To view our site correctly, you need a modern browser. We recommend Firefox or Safari, and some have suggested Camino. They are free to download, and are much better browsers than IE in all ways, including increased security, greater usability, and they are constantly kept up to date with newer web developments. You will not regret this change.

On OS9, my browser just isn’t working with your site at all
We do not really support OS9, as mentioned in our Minimum Specs, so the best we can offer is a single browser that will work acceptably, which is Mozilla 1.2.1. We have provided a copy for download.

Cannot log on to your site – I’m stuck with the logon dialog
It is very important to set your browser to enable Javascript and accept cookies. Our identification system is cookie based and if your browser doesn’t accept them you will not be able to log on. You can access this setting via the “Preferences” menu of your browser.

Also, make sure your browser is up to date (check out the Minimum Specs), and try hitting the refresh button (or hit Command+R/Apple+R) when you’re at the main page.

It is also a good idea to check the “remember me” check box, so you won’t have to log on every time you visit us.

Cannot playback videos on Safari with Quicktime 7
When you click on a video link in Safari, expecting the video to playback on Quicktime 7, and instead you get a question mark and nothing seems to happen, this fault lies not with us, but with Safari’s Quicktime plugin.

Streaming our video is not recommended, as we do not use proper streaming servers, they are file servers only. These are MPEG-1 video files, not Quicktime MOV files, and the plugin has a bug that does not seem to like them.

There are several solutions:

  1. Our recommended suggestion is for you to ctrl-click and download the videofiles, or use a Download Manager, so you can play them back from your hard drive at your leisure. (option-click the link to bypass the list of options and go straight to downloading)
  2. Alternatively you can use a different browser, Firefox, in which the Quicktime 7 plugin seems to work just fine.
  3. Or you can try to eliminate one of the plugin files in Safari. Go to the folder “~/library/Internet Plug-ins” and delete the file: “Quicktime Web Plugin”. You will see two Quicktime plugins there, the one you delete is the one with the word “web” in its name. Simply pull that plugin out, restart the computer, and video streaming should return to normal within browser windows.