Score: Old Browsers 1.
New Browsers 0.
Netscape, or viewing the simplest version of this web site.
In the event that we have missed a bug and none of these scenarious (sic) cover your situation, please mail us and let us know. Here are some quick links to the different versions of the Dionysus web site:
Netscape 3.0 and MSIE 3.0 Enhanced version
Netscape 2.02 compatible (partially enhanced) version
The simplest, no frames & no frills version"
So if you are going to turn it off what do you need ....
(Hey two error messages ..cool, from IE3 while changing pages with music turned off)
I'm retyping this paragraph because I lost the previous version with a major crash on the site. If you Write and Surf at the same time, always Ctrl-S! I'd chosen some mixed dozens and a case of red to see how the ordering system worked ( it looks a bit complicated, lots of screens to get through) and I then clicked on 'here' to get a shipping total and lost the lot, a quick IE error message and a major Win95 crash. Is all this trying to tell me something about Dionysus? About Java?
With the crash, I'd also lost my description of the content, so here it goes again, abbreviated (Ctrl-S) ... mainly Victorian wines, twenty or so winery profiles that range from a few lines to long pages, most wines listed as 'in stock', linked to pages with description and an Amazon.com reader contribution section that allows you to add your own descriptions of the wines and read others.(Ctrl-S) I couldn't find any comments but as the site grows this should add some 'wine buff' interactivity. Icon graphics are attractive, mostly photographic (looking a bit like they've come from Photo-Disc), and the 60s retro logo design is at odds with the rest of the site. The front page is cluttered up with a Link Exchange banner that undoes the clean page look (why are the LE banners always so awful?).(Ctrl-S)
My advice... if you want to look at Dionysus Australia, choose the no frills version. FH
Gimme a drink Bailey...Ctrl-S.
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