Mississauga North Stars

Minor Peewee • 2010/2011



This gives information about our menu, possible surprises, viewing documents, and browser issues.

If you haven’t used this site before, see the special report for new users. Those who have used an older site may read 2010/2011 Changes.

If you can’t find what you are looking for here, see the FAQ on the Resources Help Page.

The Menu 

Use the gray menu buttons to go to pages within our team site. There are two sets of these pages: pages about our team; and pages about our schedule. See the site map for details.

Use the green menu button labelled Resources to go to this site’s “resources pages”.

Possible Surprises 

Here are some things you might not expect:

  • Schedules : pages which give information about schedules won’t give information about private events unless you have visited a password-protected page sometime in the last year. For example, the News page won’t report upcoming practices unless you had earlier visited a password-protected page. This ensures that only authorized people can read private information.
  • Upcoming Games : when a tournament is coming, the tournament name appears in the list of upcoming events, but its games normally don’t; instead the name is a link to a special page with all tournament details, including the list of games. There is an option to change this.
  • Calendar and What’s Up Pages : these might be wider than most pages; this makes it easier to read text within their calendars.
  • Printing : the page masthead, menus, and decorative graphics aren’t printed, and everthing is printed in black and white as much as possible. This reduces print costs. For details, see “Why don’t printed pages look like displayed pages?”.
  • Browser Update Notices : at the bottom of the News page you might see a notice about a browser update which you can (or should) get. For details, see the FAQ “Why am I being told about a browser update?

Viewing Documents 

Sometimes information is provided in documents instead of in web pages, for example as Word (DOC) or Adobe Reader (PDF) files. To learn how to view such documents, see “How do I view documents which my PC cannot read?”.

Browser Issues 

Older versions of browsers have uncorrected security defects that put you at risk, so you should always make sure you have the latest version. For more information about this, see Browser News - Why Update?.

This team site works with all common PC browsers, and also with sufficiently capable mobile browsers. This site works best with the most modern browsers.

JavaScript must be enabled for many pages to work properly. Information is available on how to enable JavaScript.

Browser cookies must be enabled for certain user options to work. Information is available on user options and how to enable cookies.


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