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Technical requirements for this site

Browser Requirements

The following information lists the minimum browser requirements using Windows or Mac. The site has not been tested with Linux or with any other operating system. We recommend that you use the latest version of your preferred browser to view this site. Not usuing the latest browser version may mean that the site may display incorrectly, particularly if you are using Internet Explorer version 6 or earlier.

The site has been tested for compatibility with Internet Explorer 7 or later, Safari 5.1 or later, Chrome 15 or later and Firefox 8 or later.

How to check your browser version

Window users

MacIntosh Users

  • start the browser
  • select Help, and
  • select About Internet Explorer or About Firefox.
  • start the browser
  • select menu item Safari or Firefox, and
  • select About Safari or About Firefox.

How to update your browser version

Download the latest browser versions by following the links below:

Cookies and scripting

To use this site, we recommend that your browser has both ‘Cookies’ and ‘Scripts’ enabled. If they are disabled, the website may not function correctly.


How to enable JavaScript

Internet Explorer

Firefox

Safari

  1. Go to the Tools menu.

  1. Select Internet Options.

  1. Select the Security tab. Select Internet as the web content zone. Click on the Custom Level button at the bottom of the screen.

  1. Scroll down to the Scripting. Under Active Scripting, select Enable.

  1. Go to the Tools Menu.

  1. Select Options.

  1. Select Content.

  1. Check the boxes next to the Enable Plug-ins, Enable Java and Enable JavaScript.

  1. Go to the Edit Menu.

  1. Select Preferences.

  1. Select Security.

  1. Check the boxes next to the Enable Plug-ins, Enable Java and Enable JavaScript.


Adobe Flash Player

To view some pages on this site, you need to have Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer.

You can obtain the latest version of the Flash Player here.

Technical troubleshooting

If you are experiencing technical problems, the information below may assist you.

Problem

Possible reason

Solution

Error: Page not found

You need 128-bit encryption to enter some parts of this website.

We recommend you update your browser version. Refer to "How to update your browser version." above

‘Java Error’ message displayed or you are taken unexpectedly out of a page.

Your computer has an old browser installed which does not support JavaScript.

Upgrade to the latest version of your browser. Refer to "How to update your browser version." above

JavaScript is disabled on your browser. This error may only occur on specific pages within the site that use JavaScript.

Enable JavaScript on your browser. Refer to "Cookies and scripting" above for more information.

‘404 –Not found’ error message is displayed

Your internet firewall does not allow Java scripts. This error may only occur on specific pages within the portal that use JavaScript.

This is not usually a problem if you connect to the internet via an Internet Service Provider (ISP). However, if you are accessing the internet using your corporate internet connection, talk to your information technology help desk.

JavaScript is disabled in your browser. This error may only occur on specific pages within the site that use JavaScript.

Enable JavaScript on your browser. This is usually an option under ‘User Preferences’.
Instructions on enabling JavaScript should be in your browser's help facility.

Missing pages or system overload. This error usually occurs immediately when you try to open a page.

Record the URL of the page you are trying to open. Then contact the webmaster at web@kalhide.com.au.

Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) either does not have the https port enabled or has altered it via a proxy server. Therefore, your internet connection failed after selecting a menu option and you cannot go to the next screen.

Call your ISP to check if they have https enabled and get advice from them on the solution to this problem (your service provider may instruct you to change your default port number to allow https to work).

‘500’ error message is displayed

Internet congestion. This error usually occurs after your browser has timed-out after several seconds.

Try again later.