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This web site makes extensive use of CSS for styling . If you can read this message, it is probably because your browser does not properly support CSS or you have disabled this yourself. Although the content looks better with with CSS 'turned on', this site is perfectly readable either way. One oddity you may notice (with CSS turned off) is the display of text that is intended for PRINTERS ONLY


Javascript

JavaScript is a scripting language commonly used to control the behaviour of web pages, for some very good reasons... for some very bad reasons, and for some downright ugly reasons...

enabling and disabling

There's no need for any more step-by-step guides to enabling-and-disabling on the intetrtubes. So, rather than re-invent the wheel, here's a couple of links to two of the best

Please note: it is possible that, even with javascript enabled in your browser, you still won't be able to access 'missing' features, content and/or functionality

The two most common reasons for this happening are:

a couple of well-written guides to enabling javascript

if that's too complicated

blocking scripts on a site-by-site basis

graphic: noscriptlogo The easiest way to block javascript (permanently or temporarily) on a site-by-site basis is to use a Mozilla browser (Firefox, Netscape or Flock) with the NoScript add-on, which is - as per all the best things in life - free to download, easy to install and very simple to use

use of javascript by Derby Web Devlopment

On web sites written and maintained by Derby Web Devlopment, javascript is only used to:

usability, accessibility and functionality

Because they're more than just 'buzz words' (they are - literally - fundamental to the success of any site)


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This page was last updated: November 23 2012 10:42:47.
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