Technical Information

We want you to have the best possible experience of olioshealth.com, we’ve designed our site to work across a range of common Web browsers. Find out more about the computer and browser settings that are best for using our site.

Compatible web browsers

In order to sign on and have our features work and display properly, we recommend that you use one of the browser versions shown below, which have been tested for compatibility with our website.

+ Browsers that compatible with our site
For Windows 8
Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.x
Mozilla Firefox 26.x
Google Chrome 31.x

For Windows 7
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.x, 9.x and 10.x
Mozilla Firefox 26.x
Google Chrome 31.x

For Windows Vista
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.x, 9.x
Mozilla Firefox 26.x

For Windows XP
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.x
Mozilla Firefox 26.x
Google Chrome 31.x

For Macintosh OS X 10.8
Apple Safari 6.x
Mozilla Firefox 26.x
Google Chrome 31.x

For Macintosh OS X 10.9
Apple Safari 7.x
Mozilla Firefox 26.x
Google Chrome 31.x

For iPad iOS 6
Apple Safari 6.x

For iPad iOS 7
Apple Safari 7.x

Other browsers
While our site may function with other browsers, we cannot guarantee that features will display and work properly.

Adjusting font sizes

On some browsers, you can enlarge the font size for viewing our site.

+ To adjust font sizes
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.x, 9.x, 10.x
Select “Zoom” from the “View” menu.
Use either the “Zoom in” or “Zoom out” options to increase or decrease the font size, or select one of the percentage options.

Mozilla Firefox
Select “Zoom” from the “View” menu.
Use either the “Zoom In” or “Zoom Out” options to increase or decrease the font size.

Apple Safari
Select “Zoom In” or “Zoom Out” from the “View” menu.

Google Chrome
Select the “-” or “+” next to “Zoom” under the “Customize and control Google Chrome”.

Other operating systems and browsers
To find out if you can adjust the font size on other operating systems and browsers, please consult the browser’s help section.

Please note: Adjusting the size of the text on this website could result in alterations to the site layout that may make the page difficult to read.

Adjusting monitor settings

You may want to adjust the screen resolution in your monitor settings to help Web pages fit better on your screen, or to make items on Web pages appear larger.

Our website is designed for a screen resolution of 1280 x 800.

Lower resolutions, such as 640 x 480, will make items on the page appear larger. However, less of the Web page will fit on the screen, so you may have to scroll horizontally to view the entire page.

Higher resolutions, such as 1280 x 800, will make more of the Web page fit on your screen, but individual items will appear smaller.

+ To change your screen resolution
Windows 7 and 8
From the “Control Panel” window, click on “Adjust screen resolution” under “Appearance and Personalization”.

On the “Resolution” drop down, drag the slider to choose a screen resolution, then click “Apply”.

Windows Vista
Click on the “Start” button, then select “Control Panel”.
In the “Control Panel” window, click on “Adjust screen resolution” under “Appearance and Personalization”.

Under “Resolution,” drag the slider to choose a screen resolution, then click “Apply”.

Windows XP
Click on the “Start” button, then select “Control Panel”.
In the “Control Panel” window, click on “Display”.
Click on the “Settings” tab.

Under “Screen resolution,” drag the slider to choose a screen resolution, then click “Apply”.

Mac OS X
From the Apple menu, go to “System Preferences” and select “Displays.”

Select your desired setting under “Resolutions”.

On other operating systems
To adjust your screen resolution on other operating systems, please consult your computer’s help section.


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