ADS AND MALWARE
We take great care and pride in creating this Site. We are always on
the lookout for technical glitches that effect how the Site works. When
we find them on our end, we will fix them. Unfortunately, your home
computer may cause some glitches that effect how you see our Site--and
that is beyond our control.
you experience any unusual behavior, content or ads on the Site, it may
be the result of Malware on your computer. Malware--short for MALicious
softWARE--is a term used to broadly classify a form of software which
is installed in a computer system with malicious intentions, usually
without the owner's knowledge or permission. Malware includes computer
viruses, key loggers, malicious active content, rogue programs and
dialers, among others. While we continuously work closely with our
partners to ensure that everything on the Site is working properly,
sometimes Malware programs on your personal computer may interfere with
your experience on our Site and on other sites that you visit.
suggest that you take some of the following actions which may help to
clean your computer and which could prevent future installations of
Update your computer via Windows Update (found in the Tools menu in your Internet Explorer web browser).
note that we cannot be responsible for the effects of any third-party
software including Malware on your computer system. Please make sure to
carefully read the Help or Customer Support areas of any software
If you do discover any Malware on your system, we also suggest you speak with a qualified computer technician.
If, after taking the above actions, you are still experiencing any problems, please feel free to contact us. ISNA Schools 2200 S.Sheridan Way Mississauga Ontario Tel 905-403-8406 WE RECOMMENDED TO USE FIREFOX!!
Resizing and moving the marquee (an instance of the Uize.Widget.Resizer.Marquee widget class) updates the masking in order to highlight the marquee region, but also sets values for the image port widget (an instance of the Uize.Widget.ImagePort.Draggable widget class) to the right, so that the image port effectively shows the enlarged view of the marquee region. Click-and-dragging on the image port feeds back into the marquee widget to the left, so that the marquee is always positioned to correctly reflect the area shown in the image port. If you use the Ctrl key when click-and-dragging on the image port, it will zoom in or zoom out the image port's view when you move the mouse up or down, respectively. When you do this, the marquee is updated to stay in sync.