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Monday, 08 September 2008 23:02

Standards Compliance aims to ensure that this website conforms to W3C standards. As such, it is highly recommended that you use a standards compliant browser such as Mozilla Firefox. Firefox, which is available to download for free, is supported on more platforms and performs better than Internet Explorer in security, speed and standards compliance. highly recommends that you download and install the latest version of Firefox or other such standards compliant browsers as often as possible to ensure that you are always viewing web pages as the web designer(s) intended.

This website was built using XHTML, CSS, and AJAX and passes W3C validation. You can click the icons below to confirm this. If you are aware of standards compliance errors, please bring them to our attention so we may remedy them promptly.

Valid XHTML 1.0 TransitionalValid CSS!


There are two ways to print from this website:

  1. The standard 'File - Print' method that you would use in many programs has a special style sheet attached to it, ensuring that navigation menus and other images will not be printed. Only a small header and footer in addition to the main text content will be printed
  2. Clicking the print icon where available will bring up a new window showing you a preview of what that article would look like when printed. You can then use 'File - Print' to print the article.
    The print icon will look like this:

The print style sheet also applies to any hand-held devices such as mobile phones.

Adobe PDF

There is also the option of generating a PDF document of most articles on The Engine Room website. This can be done by clicking the PDF icon.
The PDF icon will look like this:

Text Size

All text sizes in CSS on a standards compliant browser, such as Mozilla Firefox, are fluid and can be changed by the user. Should you feel that the text is either too small to read or too large, you may change this in several ways listed below:

  • In most browsers, you can hold the CTRL key and scroll the wheel on your mouse
  • In Mozilla Firefox (and others): Using the main program menu, View > Text Size > [Option] will enable you to adjust the font sizes to suit your preference