Using this Website
Table of Contents:
Click any of the following links to go to that bookmark (or heading). You can then return the top of the page (e.g. by pressing <Alt> + <Left Arrow> or <Ctrl> + <Home>), and select a different section, thus allowing you to use this list as a Table of Contents:
1. Key Points / 2. Navigation / 2.1 The Navigation Bars / 2.2 The Icons Above Each “Document Page” / 2.2.1 Table of Contents/Bookmarks / 2.2.2 Key to Colour Coded Commentary Text / 2.2.3 PDF Icons / 3. Printing / 4. Accessibility / 5. Standards Compliance / 6. Final Note
The Navigation Bars
Every page on this site has a menu at the top and a navigation bar at the bottom.
The latter is different depending on whether you are viewing a single-page article (an article contained on a single webpage), or a multi-page article. In single-page articles it contains a “Go to top of page” link; while in multi-page articles it contains “Next Page”, “Previous Page” and “Table of Contents” links.
The Icons Above Each “Document Page”
Table of Contents/Bookmarks
In the case of single-page articles such as this one, this serves the function of a Table of Contents for that article, and the icon looks like this:
Having clicked on an item in this Table of Contents to go to that section, one can then use the “Go to top of Page” link in the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen (or press <Ctrl>+<Home>) to return to the top in order to select a different section.
In the case of multi-page articles such as the Full Complaint, the icon allows one to capture the web address of a given bookmark on the page in one’s address bar by going to it, so that one can then copy the address send someone a link straight to that bookmark (or post a link to it in a newsgroup). The icon for multi-page articles is therefore slightly different, and looks like this:
Key to Colour Coded Commentary Text
All of the web pages on this site are printer-friendly. In addition, all multi-page articles have a “Download PDF” icon at the top right of the page, allowing one to print all of the pages in the article at once:
Single-page articles have an icon in the same position indicating that the web page is printer-friendly and therefore that no PDF version of the article has been provided:
As discussed in section 1.2.3 above, all articles on this site are printer-friendly, and all multi-page articles also have a PDF version so that all pages in the article can be printed at once.
A great deal of work has gone into making this website accessible to the widest possible readership. For more details see the article on Accessibility.
All pages created on this website validate on the W3C’s markup validation service, ensuring compatibility with all standards-compliant web browsers. In addition, the pages on this site display as intended in all versions of Internet Explorer from version 5 upwards, in order to make the site accessible to the widest possible readership.
The web pages on this site have also been tested with all the browsers on the browsershots.org website at https://browsershots.org. The only browsers there that don’t display the site properly are Dillo, which has very poor CSS support, and IE4.
CSS, rather than html markup, has been used to define attributes throughout.
[Note: if validating the CSS for the web pages on this site, please select “More Options” on the W3C CSS Validation Service web page; and where is says “Profile”, select “CSS Level 3”.]
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