How to print

We have created printer-friendly pages by stripping our sites of presentational images and disabling unnecessary information which is useless in printed format, for example navigational menus.

Our printed content has not been given fixed width sizes therefore it will expand to fit into papers of any sizes (e.g. A3, A4, Posters) or any format (i.e. landscape or portrait).

You can print our content via your browser menu "file > print preview > print" or by using the keyboard shortcut "CTRL+P".

We're user friendly!

We have built our web pages so that they're readable and usable without style sheets for browsers that do not support them. Our content is organized logically, in linear fashion with navigation links placed at the bottom of the file therefore our content will be displayed in a meaningful order even when style sheets are turned off or not supported.

You can check this for yourself by copying our source code (right click on any page and choose "view source" or choose "view > source" from your browser menu), saving it as a html file and then opening it.

You can check our Waverton site for accessibility using the Bobby validator.

We're a standard-compliant site

Our site has been written in valid XHTML, that is to say that it is free from any code errors. We have tried our best to make sure that our XHTML code complies with the standards set by the W3 Consortium (the organisation that issues the web's HTML standards).

We've also used valid Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to create the look and feel of our website and have separated our content from design.

We've endeavoured to control all design features by our style sheet and have created it to be multi-browser compatible.

Why not use the W3 Consortium's own validators to check our XHTML and CSS?!

Impressed?

And so you should be! We have put many hours of hard work to meet all these standards and create a site that will visually stimulate you. We're confident that you'll love the site!

Interested in learning the techniques used to make this site? Or would you like to create your own beautiful, cross-browser compatible, standard-adhering desings? Then please get in touch with Abdus who designed this site.

Remember...

Our book award is for you. If you have any problem with the site then give us a call and we'd be happy to help out.

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