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In case you are using browsing software or any other access device that does not integrally support the above mentioned standards, the content will be always available but it may suffer changes in the way it is presented.
To make printing in paper more efficient, the site’s content is automatically adjusted into a more adequate format.
To access information made available in the Documentation section, you will need a program that is capable of reading documents in PDF format, such as Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader.
Browsing the State Secretariat for Arts and Culture’s website is simple and intuitive.
The main menu, located at the top of each page, allows access to the main sections. The sub-menus of each section are shown in the lateral bar, on the left. A help menu is located at the bottom of each page.
On top of each page you may also change the article or page’s language into one of the existing three languages (Tetun, Portuguese and English), and search the site’s content.
In sections Events and News you may filter the results presented, using the option boxes made available in the sidebar, on the left.
Some of the content in the State Secretariat for Arts and Culture’s website may be subscribed using RSS feeds. For that you will need a feed reader software, like NetNewsWire or RSSOwl, or a browser that supports RSS feeds.
The subscription may be done using the link provided in the sidebar of sections Events, News and Projects.
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