Web Browser Compatibility
Every effort has been made to ensure www.trinityeaston.org works well and remains consistent regardless of what web browser you use. The chart below lists the browsers that have been tested with this website. Other browsers may or may not work, if you use a particular browser that isn’t listed here please let us know about your experience using that browser with Trinity’s website by e-mailing email@example.com.
|Mozilla Firefox||3.6.13||Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Ubuntu 10.04|
|Mozilla Firefox||4.0 Beta 8||Windows Vista|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer||7||Windows XP Service Pack 2|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer||8||Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista|
|Google Chrome||8.0.552.224||Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista|
|Google Chrome||8.0.552.210 beta||Ubuntu 10.04|
|Apple Safari||5.0.3||Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista|
|Opera||11||Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista|
|Opera Mini||5.22460||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays a “light” version of the site based on the main RSS feed|
|Opera Mobile||10.1 beta||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays the full website, unless Mobile View is enabled in which case a “light” version is shown|
|Dolphin Browser HD||4.2.0||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays the full website|
|Default Android Browser||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays the full website|
|Mozilla Firefox (Mobile Version)||4.0b3||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays the full website (Firefox for Android is still a very early beta, use at your own risk)|
|Skyfire||3.0||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays the full website|
|Coco Browser||1.0.1||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Displays the full website|
|Blackberry Internet Browser||Blackberry OS 5|
|All Android compatible browsers were tested on an HTC Droid Incredible running Android 2.2 (Froyo). Most of the Android browsers should work on any device that runs Android 2.0 or higher, however, only Android 2.2 was tested.|
An explanation of RSS feeds is beyond the purpose of this site, however, there is a very good resource to learn about RSS available here.
There are two RSS feeds available on trinityeaston.org. The first is a feed containing recent Trinity News items. The other feed contains recent comments made by readers of Trinity’s website. Most modern web browsers will automatically detect the available feeds and allow you to subscribe to both.
Trinity Church offers a various e-newsletters for it’s members that are also available to the public. An e-newsletter is similar to a newsletter you’d get through the U.S. Postal Service, except that an e-newsletter is delivered via e-mail.
Trinity’s E-Citadel is an e-mail version of the church’s weekly newsletter. There are also similar e-newsletters for a variety of Trinity’s groups available to anyone who is interested. It’s very easy to sign up for any of Trinity’s e-newsletters, just follow the instructions below.
On the front page of this site there is a subscription form for the e-newsletter. All you have to do to subscribe is enter your first and last name and your e-mail address in the appropriate boxes. Once you’ve entered your information, click the Sign Up button. You’ll be taken to a confirmation page that will walk you through selecting the group(s) from which you would like to receive an e-newsletter.
Once you’ve selected the appropriate groups, click the ‘Get Connected!’ button. A confirmation e-mail containing a link will be sent to the e-mail address you provided. You must click the link in that e-mail to verify that you did sign up for the e-newsletter. While we really like reaching people through e-mail, the website and other online tools as much as we like reaching people in other ways, you are never required to sign up for any of the e-newsletters to be a part of Trinity.
Navigating the Website
Every section of this site can be found by moving your mouse over one of the links that are found at the top of every page. Each main link can be thought of as a main section that contains other sections. For example, clicking the About Us link will take you to a page that has information about Trinity Church. If you move your mouse over the About Us link, a menu that contains links to other pages with more information about Trinity will appear. If for some reason the navigation menus aren’t properly displaying, you can use the link at the top right called Sitemap to view a list of links to every section on the site.