What do I do if cannot view this website?

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Some older browsers and those with low browser usage may not show the pages of this site correctly. Updating your browser is recommended.

Internet Explorer browsers have a Compatibility View mode which influences how some websites are displayed. It is possible that this website may not be displayed correctly if the Compatibility View for fnmt.es has been enabled. We recommend that you remove fnmt.es from the list of websites with enabled Compatibility View.

Solutions to problems with Internet Explorer Compatibility View

First, you must find out what version of Internet Explorer you have installed. If you are not sure, you can check here.

More information on the official IE11 website

Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10

  1. In Internet Explorer, press the Alt key to display the menu bar.
  2. Click on Tools and select Compatibility View settings.
  3. Select fnmt.es on the list "websites you've added to Compatibility View".
  4. Click on Remove.

More information on the official IE9 website

More information on the official IE10 website

More information on the official IE10 website for Windows 7

Internet Explorer 8

  1. In Internet Explorer, open the Tools menu (at the top) and select Compatibility View settings.
  2. Select fnmt.es on the list "websites you've added to Compatibility View".
  3. Click on Remove.

More information on the official IE8 website

More Solutions

If fnmt.es does not appear on the list of "websites you've added to Compatibility View" or if you still see a warning after having followed the above instructions, check that the latest Windows updates have been installed.

If you do not wish to install updates and the problem has not been resolved, follow these steps:

  1. In Internet Explorer, open the Tools menu (at the top) and select Compatibility View settings. You may need to press the Alt key to display the menu bar.
  2. Check that fnmt.es does not appear on the list "websites you've added to Compatibility View". If it is on the list, click on Remove.
  3. At the bottom of the window, verify that the boxes "Include updated website lists from Microsoft" and "Show all websites in Compatibility View" have NOT been selected.
  4. Click on Close.

N.B: If your Windows computer is managed by an administrator, as is the case in many companies, you may not be able to access the Compatibility View settings or remove fnmt.es from this list. In such cases, consult the administrator or the technical support service of your organization.