Settings and recommandations for our website
This is where you'll find information on how our website works and how you can adjust it according to your own needs.
If you have any questions, suggestions or thoughts about the functions on the website you are always welcome to contact us.
If you have any questions about the content you can find contact information at the top of each page.
We recommend that you use the latest version of one of these browsers for our Internet services:
- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Edge
We are constantly testing the latest versions of the browsers, but it may take a while before a new version works fully with the internet services. However, we advise against using older versions, as we cannot guarantee sufficient security or functionality in them. You can also find out by clicking on the link.
To be able to use C&I Online after the summer of 2021, you need to update your browser. Please start today and update your browser to the latest version of, for example, Microsoft Chromium Edge, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
Compatibility view in Microsoft Internet Explorer
If the website does not look like you expected it could be because you have the compatibility view of Internet Explorer switched on (version 8 and later).
Some websites may not behave as expected in Internet Explorer.
Read more about this on Microsoft's website
Adjust the look of the website
You can choose how to view the information on the website by adjusting the settings in your browser. This way, you can save the adjustments you need and use them on all websites you visit. Your browser allows you to:
- Make the text larger
- Change the line length
- Adjust colours and contrast
- Change the font
The settings are different in different browsers. Read more in your browser's help page, or follow the links below to the different companies' pages about the browsers
Some of the information on the website is published in PDF files. In order to read PDF files you need a program such as Adobe Reader or equivalent from a different manufacturer. Adobe Reader is free, as well as many alternative readers.