The navigation menu doesn't appear at the top of the page. Do I need to change browser settings?
Is the website compatible with [insert browser name]?
We have made every attempt to ensure that the website functions in all of the most common browsers. For the best viewing experience we recommend updating your current browser to the latest version. If having issues with how your browser displays the website please contact us. Also please include the browser, version number, and operating system you are using as it will help us in diagnosing the problem.
The website appears to flow off the side of my screen. I have to scroll left and right to see everything. What happened?
The width of the website has increased to 1106 pixels in order to fit more content closer to the top of the page. We recommend adjusting your screen resolution accordingly.
What is the new URL of [insert page name] on the new website?
Visit the Update Bookmarks page to see the new URLs of the pages from the previous version of this site.
What happened to some of the linked products on the home page?
In order to remove some clutter from the home page, many of the links and products have been moved to other pages within the website. Here is a list:
I was linking to a regional U.S. Drought Monitor page and the link no longer works. Did the URL change?
The regional U.S. Drought Monitor maps have been consolidated into one page similar to how the state maps are done. The new URL will be "http:/droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Home/RegionalDroughtMonitor.aspx?[name of region]. Note: for the High Plains region, use high_plains for the name of the region in the URL.
I am displaying the current U.S. Drought Monitor on my website. Do I need to change anything to continue that?
Update: There is a new method for displaying the U.S. Drought Monitor on your website. The old method will continue to work in the short term, but will eventually be discontinued after Dec. 2. To obtain the new code necessary to display the map, visit our Map Service page.
I don't see my question listed here. Who can I contact?
Visit our Contact Us page to see general contact information for the U.S. Drought Monitor.