About This Site
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This site has been designed to work best with Microsoft Internet Explorer (preferably version 5.0 or higher). You should also experience a pleasant visit if you use Netscape Communicator. The use of other browsers (such as America Online) might result in some mangled pages, especially with respect to graphics. You know, you CAN run Internet Explorer over an AOL dial-up connection. Give it a try!
If you're using something nonstandard, do yourself a favor and upgrade to Microsoft Internet Explorer. It's free, after all, and you'll see the pages as they are meant to be seen ... both here and at all the other bazillion sites you'll visit.
For those visitors who are new to hypertext documents, be aware that you can navigate from place to place by clicking on a "link" that interests you. Generally, your browser will indicate a textual link by displaying the text in a different color and underlining it. In addition, when your pointer (from your mouse or whatever) is positioned over a link, it should change its appearance (perhaps to a pointing finger). This is another indicator that a link is present.
By the way, many (but not all) of the small photographs on text pages at this site are linked to a larger versions of the photos or, sometimes, even to separate pages. If the pointer changes its appearance when positioned over an image, and you're interested in seeing more, give it a click!
Finally: There are a LOT of photographs here. Literally thousands of them. As the pictures have been added, every attempt has been made to reach an appropriate compromise between quality of display and speed of digital transfer. Because of all the graphics, some pages will take a bit of time to download, especially if you don't have a really fast connection to the Internet. Take the time, though, and you might find that it's worth the wait.
A postscript from our pals at WEPA: "The World Elephant Polo Association logo is the property of the World Elephant Polo Association and is protected under international copyright and trademark law. The logo is an internationally registered trademark. It is used on this site with the express permission of The World Elephant Polo Association."