There are many ways of moving to the content of interest in this site:
Click the link in the slideshow on the home page for details about a place of interest.
Click a region on the map then click on an place of interest.
Click a section at the top of the screen and use the left hand navigation to locate the item.
Open the sitemap to find the item.
The following tips may help you view and print the pages of this website more effectively.
This website, particularly the ages contained within the “Our Places to Visit” has been designed to be viewed at a screen setting of 1024 x 768 pixels or above. If your monitor is set to a lower resolution, you may need to scroll horizontally to view some content.
To change your screen settings click your right mouse button while on your pc's desktop. From the menu select Properties and then Settings. The settings menu will allow you to adjust the resolution of your monitor.
Most pages in this site are best printed using a landscape (horizontal) format. To select this format choose File on your web browser's tool bar and then select Page Setup.
Improving your experience of our website
You can change the text size on our website if you are having trouble reading it. To change the text size in recent versions of the three major browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer users: select ‘View’, then ‘Text size’, then select desired size.
Netscape and Firefox users: select ‘View’, then ‘Text zoom’ then select desired size. Text size (100%) is the default original text size.
If you’re a Windows user with a scroll-wheel mouse, you can use ‘Ctrl’ and the scroll-wheel to increase text size. If you use another browser, look at its help section for tips on increasing text size.
If you do not use a mouse, you can use this website with your keyboard instead. If you use Windows, press Ctrl + tab key, then use the tab key to move to the link you want.
Text descriptions (as ALT text) have been added to many images, describing their content so that everyone can access them.
Macrons on Maori text
The New Zealand Historic Places Trust Pouhere Taonga is currently developing a policy for the display of macrons on Maori text, both on-screen and in print. We have just commenced work towards displaying macrons on Maori text on this website, by taking each section of the website in turn as resources become available.
New Zealand Historic Places Trust Pouhere Taonga would like to receive your feedback, comments and suggestions for this site. Please email us your ideas or use the Contact Us page to send us your thoughts.
Site Design and Production
This site was designed for New Zealand Historic Places Trust Pouhere Taonga by Shift Ltd and built by Datacom. The assistance of Spiral Web Design Ltd is gratefully acknowledged.