These web pages are built on a Mac. Back in the 20th Century, they were originally optimized for a Mac screen with 640X480 resolution and "over a million colors." Presently, all should look OK at 800X600. The images need to be seen full-size (especially to preserve the clarity of any printed matter on them), so web browsers should not be reducing larger images to fit the size of the screen.
I have decided to forgo stylesheets and let each individual browser/viewer combination do its thing. The only HTML editor in use is my own routine (versions 4.1-4.3), and before long I will probably need to be 100% compliant with the latest standards. Presently I am barely out of the HTML 3.2 environment, but the character codes used should be reasonably up to date. The iCab browser is a highly useful HTML checker for web pages made with the Macintosh.
Regarding NETSCAPE 4.x and other older browsers: If you are using Netscape 4.x with a PC, and clicking on a link to an image results in no action, press the control key as you click on the link again. For Macintosh users, if clicking on a link to an image results in a "broken image," try holding down the option key as you click on Reload in the pulldown menu. Other browsers (including Netscape 6 and 7) appear to work OK. ALSO, older browsers (such as Netscape 4.x) and the WebTV Viewer may not be compatible with HTML character codes as currently specified.
Pages listed below that are linked from more detailed site menus (rather than from here) are in red. Those linked otherwise from pages on their site are in green. Certain "deprecated" pages are no longer listed herein.