About this website


To navigate around this website, you can use the following access keys:

Firefox : alt shift [key]
Internet Explorer : alt [key]

You may also navigate this site without a mouse by using your Tab key and pressing Enter when your chosen link is highlighted.


This website is designed and developed to perform and display correctly on the following browsers:

This site offers partial support for Internet Explorer 7, but not 6.

Text Enlargement

With both Firefox and Internet Explorer you can enlarge the text size and also zoom in and out of page content. Indeed, all modern browsers have text enlargement options. This website has been designed and developed to allow for text to be enlarged to some degree.

Content and Images

This website can also be easily read by audio screen readers and other such technologies, and uses appropriate use of alternative text for images and titles for image replaced text.


Many items on this website perform best with JavaScript enabled.


This website is hand–coded using valid, semantically correct HTML5 and CSS2/3 code and all appropriate measures are taken to unsure that mark-up remains clean. Any validation errors could well be the result of progressive enhancement and graceful degradation methods, and should not be the result of coding errors.

Big Ups!
  • All HTML, CSS and jQuery functions has been hand–coded by my good self, with initial templates prototyped in that brilliant front–end development toolset: Mixture, before being fully realised in Laravel. I raise my glass to Neil, Pete, Mike and Taylor respectively.
  • Thanks to Graham from BehindDesign for sorting out some JavaScript issues, for his help moving my blog posts to Tumblr and Medium, and for his expertise with Laravel and Blade.
  • Ken Wheeler for the excellent Slick Carousel.
  • High-fives Scott Jehl for making my responsive images dreams come true with picturefill.
  • Much love for Enquire.js – A tool that uses JavaScript callbacks for CSS media queries, by Nick Williams.
  • The team at Modernizr.com for creating the feature detection tool.
  • I didn't want to have to use it, but boy did Baris come up trumps with his Detectizr extension.
  • Keith Clark is keeping IE in check with Selectivizr.
  • The three amigos: Trent, Dave and Reagan for bringing my font and logo alive with Lettering.jsArriba Arriba Andale Arriba!
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