Frequently Asked Questions


Which web browser works best for NDAA's website?

NDAA's website was designed with browser interoperability in mind. Meaning, this website should look, feel and behave the same regardless of which web browser you use to surf the web. We have tested this website using the most popular browsers on the market today:

  • Internet Explorer 7+
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Apple's Safari
  • Google Chrome

The navigation options (links) are not displaying or behaving properly in Firefox and/or Internet Explorer. What is wrong?

In order to use many features found on our website, you will need to allow Javascript to run. You can enable Javascript by changing your browser's security settings. This setting is typically found under 'Tools / Internet Options…' Please see your browser's 'Help' section for detailed instructions on how to enable Javascript if you are unsure.


I'd really love to view images on the 'Photos' page, but cannot. It says I need to download something from Adobe. What gives?

The photos are displayed using Adobe's Flash Player. The most common reasons for not being able to view Flash content are:

  • You do not currently have Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer
  • You do not have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer

When I click on board member bios nothing happens, or I receive a message saying "Popup Blocked". What's the deal?

The board member biographies are designed to open in small popup windows. Most modern browsers block popup windows by default. You can enable popups or create an exception specifically for NDAA's website by changing your browser settings. This setting is typically found under 'Tools / Internet Options…' Please see your browser's 'Help' section for detailed instructions on how to enable popups or create an exception if you are unsure.


Why are the pages cut off, forcing me to scroll right and left to view content?

You are most likely using an old monitor with a maximum screen resolution of 800x600 pixels. NDAA's website was designed to be displayed on wide screen monitors, ideally at a resolution of 1024x768 or greater.


Who do I contact if I encounter a problem that is not answered on this page?


NDAA's website has been certified as "W3C Valid" for both XHTML markup and CSS. What does that mean to you? It means that great care was taken during the development of NDAA's website to ensure your experience while visiting is aesthetically pleasing and consistent, regardless of which web browser you are using.

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS!
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