the sarmalta.gov.mt web-site conforms to guidelines designed to
help easy navigation.
All pages are
set up to allow access by various browser versions. When browsing
on a Netscape browser, this web site is best viewed with Version
information will help you understand what standards we have applied
to the site and how to deal with certain file types.
Each of the sarmalta.gov.mt
main web pages has a navigation bar on the left hand side of the
screen. All graphical navigational buttons are represented as text
lint at the bottom of the page.
no graphical navigation buttons within the no frames environment
as they are unnecessary devices which can in many cases be more
of a hindrance than a help. An alternate name is used for each image
button for the purpose of earlier web browsers.
The text links
embedded in the web pages will lead the user to the link directly.
The Search and
Rescue Malta web site has been designed with all users in mind.
outline guide for the site was for an SVGA resolution monitor (800
x 600) using 256 colours. The site is quite useable with specifications
lower than this.
The Search and
Rescue Malta web site has been fully tested on a number of browsers
on the majority of existing computer operating systems.
Any page can
be printed from the web by the user selecting file, print from the
menu option within Microsoft IE or Netscape.
To bookmark a
particular page the user selects Favorites, Add to Favorites from
the menu option within Microsoft IE or Bookmarks, Add Bookmarks
To complete a
search the user has to enter a word or collection of words into
the text search box. Pressing the return key or clicking on the
search button will present the user with a listing of documents
which correspond to the search details. These results will be rated,
the most complete matches will be listed first, decreasing in relevance
as the user goes further down the list. The search facility can
be found on the link here.
Submitting Contact/Feedback Forms
The web site
supplies a contact form and a feedback form to give users an opportunity
to voice their comments or request any information.
Once the form
has been completed the user must click on the submit button at the
bottom of the page. This will forward the information to the Search
and Rescue Training Centre of the Armed Forces of Malta.
We cannot reply
to every query but each one will be read and acted upon where necessary.
Any page displayed
on your browser can be saved to your local drive. Select File, Save
as from the menu option within Microsoft IE and Netscape
Some pages within
the web site are in other formats other than HTML or DHTML. These
are MS Word documents and PDF files. To read these files the user
requires the MS Word and Adobe Acrobat Reader software respectively.
The Search and Rescue Malta web site does not make use of "cookies".