First of all, not every browser is alike. Internet Explorer and Netscape, two of the more well-known browsers, do not respond to the same programming commands in the same way. The language we use to write these pages, and the style sheets we use are somewhat universal, but you will always find variations if you view them from different browsers.. The Roadside Theater pages look and operate best when viewed with the newest versions of the Internet Explorer browser (click on Help, then About to see your browser's name and version number). And browser technology is changing by the day, so go to your browser's home page and download the free updates!
One more tip: your pages will load faster and you can fit more on each screen if you keep the size of your fonts Small to Medium. Look under the View menu for the font controls. Small to Medium fonts work best. Likewise, your screen resolution should be set to 600 x 800 for the best viewing. This is a Control Panel setting in Windows (not your browser) under Display - Settings. These font and resolution settings will be useful for all your web browsing, not just Roadside!