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Daniel Dickinson's Website - Experimental

NB: The main page content is close to the 2007-2011 version (you can view it with no styles or graphics). There are major technical updates for future work, however.

Accessibility Information

NB: Much of this content is now outdated and the page, and the site as a whole, are going to be revamped in a modern approach (and following more recent guildelines).

Accessibility Statement

The site administrator has attempted to follow the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 for accessible web design in order to make this website available for all users. If any page on this site cannot be used due to disability or error, by you, or someone you know, please email the site administrator with the page or pages that posed a problem along with a description of what was wrong and he will attempt to correct the situation. If that is not possible he will make at least make note of that.

The foundation required to make all pages is accessible to to ensure they conform to the W3C standards for XHTML and CSS (which define the codes used to create the website). As such all pages on the site should be valid XHTML 1.0. You can verify that this is the cae by selecting the ‘W3C XHTML 1.0’ button or, if you are not displaying images, the ‘Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict icon’ text. In addition the stylesheets for the site should be valid CSS2 (which make be confirmed by using the ‘W3C CSS level 2’ button or ‘Valid CSS2 icon’ text).

If any page on the site fails these tests, please email the site administrator and indicate the page in which is broken.

Access Keys

As described by the W3C Accessibility Guidelines access keys allow the user (you) to navigate using your keyboard more easily than without the access keys.

Available Keys

The choice of keys is intended to adhere to international recommendations regarding what key should perform which function.

Using access keys in various web browsers

Internet Explorer 5+ (Windows)

Hold down the Alt key, press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key followed by the Alt key and, finally, press ENTER.

Firefox, Mozilla and Netscape 7+ (Windows)

Hold down the Alt key and press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key and the Alt key.

Firefox, Mozilla and Netscape 7+ (Mac OS X)

Hold down the Ctrl key and press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key and next the Ctrl key.

Iceweasel, Firefox, Mozilla (Linux)

Hold down the Alt and Shift keys and press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key, followed by the Alt and Shift keys.

Safari and Omniweb (Mac OS X)

Hold down the Ctrl key and press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key and next the Ctrl key.

Konqueror (Linux)

Press and release the Ctrl key, then press the number or letter of the access key.

Internet Explorer 4 (Windows)

Hold down the Alt key and press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key and next the Alt key.

Internet Explorer 5+ (Mac)

Hold down the Ctrl key and press the number or letter of the access key, then release the access key and next the Ctrl key.

Internet Explorer 4.5 (Mac)

Access keys are not supported.

Netscape 6 and earlier (All platforms)

Access keys are not supported.