About This Website
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This page makes it easier for you to use our site;www.ebeco.com.
Explanations for this document
The three most common operating systems are Windows, Mac OS and Linux. When we write "Ctrl / CMD" it means Ctrl key for Windows and Linux and "cmd" key or the apple icon for Mac OS.
Tab key is on the far left and have one or two arrows pointing right.
Shift key is the key with an arrow pointing upwards. You press it to use uppercase letters.
Bold in the text below indicates that there is something you do, for example click the mouse or press a key on the keyboard.
Italics indicate additional important information.
Accessibility and Tips
General Availability Adaptation
Ebeco strives to make the site accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of their circumstances. You can use standard tools, such as screen magnifier and screen reader while using this website.
Changing Text Size
If you think the text on the site is too small or too large, you can easily change it using your browser's built-in function. In most modern browsers you do this by holding down the Ctrl / CMD and rotate the scroller. Otherwise, you'll find options for changing text size in your browser settings.
Printing Out Sites
Print out pages on our site by using your browser's built-in printing function. In most modern browsers one can do this by holding down the CTRL /CMD key and press P.
Generally, no links are opened in new windows. There are used for certain document formats, such as PDF.
If you would like to open a link in a new window or a new tab, you can do this by right clicking on the link and select Open in New Window or Open in New Tab. In most modern browsers you can hold down the Ctrl/CMD and click on the link to open in a new window or a new tab.
If you have difficulty using the mouse, it is often easier to navigate using the keyboard. In most browsers you can do so by using the Tab key to jump to the next link, and press the enter key to activate a link. To skip to the previous link, hold down Shift and press Tab.
If you navigate using the keyboard, using a cell phone or a screen reader it can be time consuming to press "tab" until you get to the desired link. Therefore, one can find on every side two links that makes it possible to hop past the menus and come directly to the main menu or to content.
System Requirements and Recommendations
To see the entire [km: website] on a full scale, we recommend a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. Most modern screens will support this. This website will function even if your monitor does not meet this recommendation.
The browser is the software you use to browse with, such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. We fully support the following browsers:
- Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and higher
- Internet Explorer 7.0 and higher
- Safari 3.0 and higher
- Opera 9.0 and higher
- Google Chrome
Older and Other Browsers
If your browser is not listed above, there are good chances that everything works fine anyway. Typical characteristics for older browsers is to some elements look odd but still work normally. One of the older browsers are Internet Explorer 6, which unfortunately is still rather common, although it is easy to replace and/or upgrade. If you have an old browser, we strongly recommend that you download and install Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Apple Safari, or a newer version of Internet Explorer. All are free. Your change will also improve the experience of other sites.
Mobile Phones and PDAs*
[mi: website] has special support for your cell phone or PDA. You're [km: website], open the browser on your device, visit the URL [km: website]. If your device's browser is the simple text-based nature, a simpler version of the [mi: website] appears.
In [km: website] used images. The site is, if for any reason you are not willing or able to display images, adapted so that you can still use the site normally without images.
In [km: website] used flash for certain types of content. Adobe Flash is a program that is designed to demonstrate advanced moving image, such as footage. Flash is not necessary for the rest of the site to work. To play the Flash, you must have Flash Player installed. You can download it free from Adobes website and install it simply by following the instructions on the screen.
Some content of [mi: website] is a type of PDF. This content is downloaded and viewed separately from the website. You need PDF reader Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view these documents. You can download it free from Adobes website and install it simply by following the instructions on the screen.
RSS is designed to make it easy and quick to keep up to date with the latest news and blog posts from various websites. Instead of surfing around to your favorite websites and regularly check if there are any new articles, RSS reader does this for you. If you want to subscribe to get the latest news about Ebeco[mi: website] you can do this through our RSS feeds. In this case you need a RSS reader. Most modern browsers have built-in RSS reader. We recommend a free RSS-reader which is offered by Google.
For content, we use XHTML 1.0 Strict. The graphic Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 2.1. All modern browsers support these standards.
A cookie is a small text file that saves the websites you have visited on your computer. Cookies are used [km: website] to give visitors access to various functions. The information in the cookie can be used to track a user's surfing.
There are two types of cookies. The first saves a file for a long time on your computer. It is used for functions that tell you what is new since the user last visited the website. The second type of cookie is called a session cookie. While you are surfing on a page, this cookie is saved temporarily in your computer's memory, for example to keep track of what language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored for a long time on your computer and disappear when you close your browser.
Cookies are completely harmless and are used on most modern websites.
Post and Telecom Agency, which is the supervisory authority in the field, provides additional information about cookies on their website, www.pts.se.
The website is created for [mi: company] by Kodamera in Gothenburg.