Technical Information you may find helpful -
This site has been designed to work in Explorer 4 and
The screen size used is 800 x 600 pixels at True Colour
The screen image can be shown at maximum screen size
by pressing F11
for Internet Explorer users; toggle to return .
The "Musicbox" page is designed to be used with "Winamp";
if you don't have this program on your computer, click
this link for a free download- http://www.winamp.com/.
On most computers it should also run on "Windows Media
Player ", the standard Windows player supplied as part
of the Windows operating system.
Also please note that music and picture files are usually
quite large; consequently they can take a little while
to load before playing - please be patient - the time
it takes will depend on how fast your computer is - it's
only a few seconds!
Below is a brief Introduction and Explanation for
Navigating round this website.
The "HOMEPAGE" is where the site opens and is the base
from which most of your navigation around the site starts.
On the left hand side is the "CONTENTS" list, showing
the various sub-sections. When you click on a section
it will open up; Navigation around the site is generally by using the
left mouse button to Click on a particular sub-section
link; this will take you to the requested page(s). Return
or move around the site by clicking on the required section
in the horizontal navigation bar across the top of the
page; otherwise click "Close Window" link or Arrow links
if available, or click the X at the top righthand corner
to close the page. You can also go back to the pevious
page you visited by clicking on the "Back" button towards
the top left hand corner. Some sub sections may be multi
page; they have their own "Back" and "Next"
buttons available. A page may have further links to other
sections; click on the link or click as described above
to move around the site.
Use the "SCROLL BARS" which may appear to the righthand
side and/or bottom of pages to move the image up and down,
or side to side.These only appear when pages have more
information in them than will fit within the standard
(Updated - February 2004))