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HTML V4.0 Document This site has (at one point or other) had all it’s pages validated against the W3C’s HTML4 validator. All pages that have actually been validated as HTML 4.0 (Strict or Transitional) have this logo shown at the document footer. Any pages that failed will not, but should at least be well formatted HTML, and should be soon be corrected!

Valid CSS This site’s style sheets have also been validated by the W3C’s CSS validator. Where a page’s style sheet has been validated this logo is shown in the document footer.

Safe surf rated site icon The site has been self certified with PICS rating to enable parental control over some if the sites more adult (i.e. the swearing parts) content. Every page that contains a PICS rating contains this logo in the page footer.

Level A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 If I have understood the guidelines correctly then pages that are fully W3C-WAI Level A conformant contain this logo in the document footer.

Level Double-A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 Pages that are W3C-WAI Level AA conformant will also contain this logo in the document footer.

Electronic Frontier Foundation The author(s) of this site supports the EFF’s efforts to promote free speech on the net, and it’s efforts to resist any censorship of the internet.

This site was spell checked by Suzie (and believe me, it took ages!) Last checked on 4th February 2001.

Most of the images on this site have been lifted from other internet sites. If I’ve used one that’s yours and you would like a mention tell me. If you object to me using it (should have put up a copyright notice big enough for me to notice) then tell me and I’ll see about removing it.

This site was tested using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6. Microsoft Internet Explorer It does not function correctly with early versions of IE4, and (despite being validated HTML) crashes Netscape Navigator 4.7, but my version of Netscape 6 is OK. Oh and it seems fine in both the latest versions of Opera and Mozilla.
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