This site complies to W3C standards for XHTML 1.0 and CSS.
It’s the future and that's where we’re all going. It’s the most friendly way of presenting and developing websites. There are minimal issues with browser and operating system support. It’s fast to load – so it saves everyone time, and probably money. It’s backward AND forward compatible. We’re always learning new and better ways of producing work and this site is an example of that. More major corporations are realising the potential of standards-based design, because it works for them and their customers.
Why CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)?
They enables us to develop sites quickly and easily and make design changes sitewide in seconds. It’s expandable, it’s cheap and it’s everybody’s friend. CSS enables an HTML document to be stripped down to its minimal parts with little or no wastage. We can provide alternative styles and printer-friendly pages easily and without the need for bloated plug-ins and incompatible nonsense that only works in one or two browsers. Oh and did we say it will probably make your pages load faster?
What about Flash?
We love Flash but it’s all about context and what tools do what best. This is the real world for real people.
What browser is best for viewing this site?
Nearly all of them! That's the beauty of CSS. Because of the way the web has developed though there are hundreds of browser versions out there. By putting content first, we exclude no one. To get the best experience we’d always advise you to use the most modern brower available, and in our opinion it’s Firefox. It’s free and it’s great.
Where can I find more information?
There are hundreds of sites around, but these may be of interest: