Most tablets (iPad, Kindle Fire, etc.) and smart phones with internet capabilities can view this website. If the website does not scroll, try spreading the touch screen slightly.
All web browsers should work correctly with this web site. This site was built using Microsoft FrontPage/CoffeeCup HTML Editor and was reviewed/tested with Microsoft Internet Explorer (all versions),Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Amazon Kindle Fire browser. Mouse rollover comments (on graphics) are supported only by Internet Explorer. Please report any problems with the site to the Webmaster. See Firefox note below.
The TGA web site is not an interactive web site. All pages are static information. You cannot interact with any pages (no online shopping, etc). You can contact the webmaster or any of the officers via email on the appropriate page where you see an email icon.
This is a Frame based website (left side is menu, right side is information). All Business pages will appear in this (right) window. The downloadable Event Entry Forms and some Page Links may appear in a new browser window. This new window must be closed to get back to the TGA website. If you do a Google (or other) Internet search, this website will probably be replaced with the search page. To get back to our page click on the Back Button. If you visit our webpage regularly, you may want to Bookmark (Firefox, Chrome, Safari) or Favorite (IE) it.
The Event Entry Forms provided are static pages that you
can download and print on your printer. If you are using PDF (Adobe
Reader) to view/print a form, you may be able to enter data on the form
(on-screen) and print the form with that data. The data is not saved
on the website. The data is lost when you exit the form.
If any of the pages are out-dated, it is probably because I am away somewhere playing golf. I do monitor my email while away.
NOTE: Most web browsers store viewed web pages on your computer. When you return to that page, the browser sometime loads the stored page rather than the page on the website. If the page appears not up to date, click on the page "refresh/reload" key at the top of the browser, to load the current web page.
10/07/2009 - Note on Firefox browser users: With the release of Adobe PDF Reader version 9.0, you may not be able to view the PDF files on the website. Until the problem is resolved between Firefox and Adobe, the following work-around from the Foxbase Forum will work. It loads and uses the PDF reader in a separate window.
Had same problem and Quarantine post didn't help me either... BUT this worked:
1. Open Tools>Options on the Menu Bar.
2. Go to the Applications tab.
3. Scroll down the list and look for 'Adobe Acrobat Content' in the left side (Content) of the list.
4. On the right side click the down arrow and change the setting to "Use Adobe Acrobat 9.0..."
5. Click the "OK" button and close the dialog box.
Your troubles should be over.