website changes you should know about

Jun 1, 2015

We have recently had to slightly change the way our website works to make sure financial transactions are secure. This shouldn’t affect the way most people use it but for a few who are using older equipment their internet browsers may no longer be able to see the website. Try it here www.wwoof.org.uk 

Most browsers update automatically but older equipment may not be able support the current version of a browser. 

If you can’t see the site you might need to try another browser, for instance we know that using Safari on older Apple Macs may not show our site but using Firefox will. 

In Internet Explorer versions 8-10, you need to select Tools / Internet Options / Advanced, scroll down then tick “Use TLS 1.1” and “Use TLS 1.2” then click OK. 

If you are using an Android 4 mobile device you should be able to use Google Chrome to view our website. 

We can’t offer information about every situation but hope this is helpful, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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