Digital Safaris' Websites
- Karatu Education Fund cms
- Ndutu Safari Lodge
- Nigel Perks Discovery
- Paul Oliver's Safaris cms
- Serengeti Select Safaris
- Sanjan cms
- Tanzania Carnivores cms adv
- Tanzania Mammals Atlas Project adv
- Did We Win
- Harwell Feast wp
- Harwell Parish wp
- Harwell Royal British Legion
- Harwell Village
- Harwell WI
- Keep Harwell Rural
- Wallingford Regatta wp
- Wallingford Regatta Event Management
- Wallingford Long Distance Sculls wp
- Wallingford Head of the River wp
- Village 4 a 1000 years wp (Harwell History)
Most sites are hosted on server.digitalfundi.com.
Sites marked adv have been developed in association with Advent Systems
Sites marked cms use a content management system.
The goals we try to follow are:
- Pages should have valid code - passing the validation tests at validator.w3.org
- Pages should have valid DOCTYPES defining the standards by which they will be validated.
- Pages should have a useful set of metatags
- Pages should, as much as possible, be limited to semantic content. Tables will be used for data tables and not for layout.
- Pages should display sensibly, without horizontal scrolling, on 800x600 pixel screens and larger.
- CSS style sheets to be used for mark-up and layout. This allows for fluid displays on variable sized screens, user friendly print layouts (e.g. suppression of menus)
- New sites should be fully responsive, scaling and adapting to a range of screen sizes
- CSS also to pass the validation tests at jigsaw.w3.org
- We don't do Flash.
- This approach helps achieve accessibility guideline, which are now a legal requirement for sites in the USA and the UK. For example, all text should be resizable, and all images marked with appropriate information for visually impaired users. The contents should also be friendly to screen readers (who speak the contents for blind people). I do not yet build sites which can be navigated without a mouse, or meet some of the other more challenging requirements of the Disabilities Discrimination Act.