Wijeyesakere.com Help Page

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This site has been optimized for use with the latest versions of Google Chrome (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android and iOS), Mozilla Firefox (Windows, OS X, Linux and Android), Internet Explorer (version 11 on Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1) and Safari (on Mac OS X and iOS). I have also tested it (partially) with Internet Explorer 8. However, I don’t have a dedicated pre-Windows 8 system and cannot test my site with older versions of Internet Explorer on a routine basis. That being said, this site is compatible with any modern, standards-compliant browser that supports CSS, javascript and PNG images.

Older versions of popular browsers or other niche-browsers may have trouble rendering certain pages. WebGL-based protein structure visualization (using GLmol) requires a WebGL-compliant browser (such as Firefox, Chrome or Safari) and javascript. If you use script-blockers (like NoScript), you will need to add an exception to this domain (wijeyesakere.com) to view the hosted protein structures that are rendered using GLmol.

My home videos use the HTML5 <video> tag to embed and display videos without the need for additional plug-ins such as QuickTime. This feature is accessible through any modern browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, IE or Apple Safari (versions 5 and up). The HTML5 videos work on traditional desktop/laptop browsers as well as mobile browsers for Android and iOS. With the exception of Windows Phone, Android and iOS, I do not have access to other mobile platforms and cannot guarantee that this site and its contents will display as expected.


WebGL and Safari

While Safari supports WebGL, this feature is disabled by default. To enable WebGL, you will need to display the Develop menu in the menu bar by checking this box in the ‘Advanced’ section of Safari’s preference pane:


Afterwards, you can enable WebGL by selecting it in the Develop menu: