Which browsers can I use?
To fully utilize the site's features it is necessary to use Netscape
2.02 or Internet Explorer 3.02 (or equivalent) or higher. For
AOL users, the minimum browser version that supports the interactive
features is 3.0.
The reasons for this are:
- SSL (secure socket layer encryption) can be employed between
the Right Stuff visitor's browser and the Right Stuff server.
This enhances the privacy of communications.
- To submit membership information and to search the online
bio database the browser must support 'forms' (e.g. text input
boxes) and 'tables'.
- 'Cookies' can be used ensure proper use of the site. (Make
sure your browser is set to accept cookies).
To determine which browser you are using:
For Windows users, select HELP from the browser menu; then select
ABOUT. Your browser type and version number will be displayed.
If using an Apple, go to the Apple menu and select ABOUT Netscape
or ABOUT Internet Explorer.
How do I upgrade my browser?
Internet Explorer users can download the latest browser software
download site while Netscape users can visit the Netscape
I do not use Netscape, Internet Explorer, or AOL. How
do I know whether my particular browser should work on The Right
If you are experiencing difficulties, you can visit a browser
test site such as C.A.S.T.
to see if the problem is with your particular setup or with the
Why am I unable to send email to The Right Stuff?
If you click on a Right Stuff email link such as
firstname.lastname@example.org and nothing happens, it probably
indicates that you have not configured your browser to send email.
In that case, you must either open your email program and type
in the address or, use the following mail form which does not
require an email capability from your browser.