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On the right of the top menu you will find small flag icons of the available languages. You can switch language by clicking the flag icon of your choice. At this time, the website is available in English and Dutch.

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The website has been tested on the latest versions Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer/Edge. If you use a different browser, the website may not appear correctly. If you experience too many problems, we recommend you switch to another browser such as Firefox or Chrome.

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Our website supports limited availability for mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. Depending on which phone you have, you may be able to use the website fully or only in part, or in some cases not at all. The display and functionality of our website depends on the brand and model of your device, the screen size, the operating system of your device, the browser, and your personal device settings.

If you visit our website on a tablet, in most cases the website will load normally as it woud on a regular computer. We no longer support WAP access to our websites, on non-smartphone mobile phones.

 If you visit our website on a smartphone, you will automatically be redirected to the mobile version of our website at Our website will then be optimized for smartphone screens, with a more simplistic design which allows easier navigation and less data usage. Some parts of our website, however, are not yet fully optimized for mobile devices, and depending on your screen size it may be better to hold your device vertical, and at other times better horizontal. Some areas, such as the Celtic Library, are not available on the mobile version of our website.

If the mobile version of our website is not working well for you, you can switch to "desktop version", a link which will appear at the very bottom of every page on our website. The regular version of our website will then load, although this is not always optimal for small screens.

If you find that your mobile phone does not allow you to visit our website, we recommend that you use a regular desktop or laptop computer instead.

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Almost every website that allows the functionality to log in to a user account, makes use of "cookies". Cookies are small files that are placed on your computer, so your computer would know that you are logged in on a certain website. This is completely normal, and without cookies you wouldn't be able to log in on any website on the internet at all, including well-known websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google, and so on.

On May 26, 2012, a decision of the European Union concerning the use of cookies came into effect, often referred to as the "EU Cookie Directive". Before that time, it was sufficient to make a webpage available that describes the Privacy Policy, including the usage of cookies, but this is no longer sufficient. According to this new European law, visitors of a website must now be prompted with the choice to accept cookies in order to use the website. Our cookie-notice is therefore in compliance with the EU Cookie Directive. By clicking "Agree", nothing will change that wasn't already there before, but the only way not to agree is by surfing away from our website, as it will not be possible to use most of its features without the use of cookies.

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