Gary McPherson wrote on 12 December 2003 03:19: >> To make it easier for me to print off and present, could any willing >> reviewers present their views under the following categories: In reverse order: >> 5. Miscellaneous This is a live proffesional sight? Mabye they should employ a poofreader (not to mention a web desiner) -- prefferably someone who knows the difference between an everyday principle and a principal principle. >> 4. Aesthetics Centred text is ugly and difficult to read. Oh wait, only some of it is centred. And there's lots of BOLD and m u l t i - c o l o u r e d effects too! And loads of unused space above the fold!! Lovely! I want one now!!!! Oh wait, what are they selling? Oh yes, the expanding and contracting gif explains it all so well. How did I miss that beautiful work of art? Database results look nice, apart from the missing images. ;) >> 3. Accessibility In one word: frames. >> 2. Usability The Java applet captioned "FAST" took several minutes to load over my 512kB connection. The one entitled "EASY" in easy-to-read cyan has not loaded yet. Irony is not dead, at least in Ilford it seems! The page links (as mentioned) are not initially visible (Mozilla 1.5) I assume this is intentional. You didn't really want people visiting the other pages did you? Wait a minute, are there actually any other pages?? Oh yes, I see they opened in a new window -- thanks, I could do with more windows! Such a pain, site visitors: if only they would just go away. But then, I'm sure they will! >> 1. Functionality Oops. --Chris. n.b. If you get any work out of this we all get a cut, yes?