Original concept: Terry Duggan
Design and construction by Ken Cumberlidge
using the following tools:
CREDITS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Most importantly, I'd like to thank:
- for his unwavering trust, support and enthusiasm throughout the whole build process.
- for song-title inspirations and testing my fancy re-sizing script to destruction!
Technical Stuff / Reporting bugs
All pages validate to W3C standards for XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS3 and have been proven for function & appearance in all the commonly used browsers on PC and Mac, so there shouldn't be any serious issues (famous last words...). However, If you do come across anything that doesn't seem to work properly, please let me know by email, using this button :
When reporting a problem, it's crucial that you tell me what operating system and web browser you're using - including the EXACT version numbers of each - and what actions caused the problem to appear.
The site has been designed to work well on the Apple iPad and other tablet devices, in both landscape and portrait mode: its content re-sizes itself automatically to fit the available screen space.
Scrolling on the iPad:
- on nearly every page of this site, the main content is delivered in a scrollable panel underneath the main navigation menu. To scroll this panel, iPad users should use the TWO-FINGER SWIPE:
Audio and Video:
- unfortunately, the iPad's web browser has no support for Flash, so it can't play any of our mp3s or videos. Well done, Steve Jobs!
Fortunately you will still be able to download mp3s using the download buttons in the Audio Archive pages and on the "Latest mp3s" panel on the home page. The download buttons look like this:
- In the Mozilla browser, the drop-down menu vanishes when it's required to float over scrolling page content. This problem cannot be fixed. However, this browser is now obsolete and no longer supported by the Mozilla project. They recommend all remaining Mozilla users to upgrade to Firefox.
- The JW Media Player requires an up-to-date version of the Adobe Flash® plug-in, and this plug-in is not available for versions of Mac OSX older than 10.4 - so if you're trying to watch the videos using Safari 1.2 on Panther, you're stuffed.
- The Audio Archive pages smell faintly of liver and onions. Our dedicated technical team are working round the clock to correct the fault. Until the issue is resolved, we recommend that you download THIS TOOL.