About My Balplan Microscope Web Site  


This site was checked using IE 6.0 with text size set to "Larger" and the display set to 1152 x 864, 16 bit color. Although it should render properly with other settings, it will look to you as it does to me only if your system is set up the same way.


Most pages (eventually, all pages) and all documents included on this site have been checked using the WDG HTML Validator web utility to verify conformance to the HTML 4.01 Transitional standard. Therefore, this site and its contents should render well with most browsers; in particular this site renders properly with Mozilla (Netscape 6). If you use a browser which I have not accommodated, please let me know and I'll try to get my site fixed. Links on the site are validated periodically with Xenu so you shouldn't find a broken link here; please advise me if you do so I can fix it.


My HOME page uses small pictures and minimal text so it should load rapidly. Pages beyond the HOME page use more graphics so load time may be slightly longer for subsequent pages.


WebsByMegan did the initial site development with FrontPage. Support and expansion is my own using 1stPage 2000 by EVRSoft. 1stPage is a free HTML editor which is quite powerful and allows very rapid update and test. EVRsoft disappeared in July 2003 but 1stPage persists (at least on my system) -- the EVRsoft Forum is helpful for users although there is lots of hand-wringing over a promised update to 1stPage which never materialized.


1stPage provides a Javascript to automatically display the date/time of the most recent update to a page. I have included this script on most pages so if you have Java turned off for security reasons the update info may be missing. This script is included near the bottom of this page so you can see if it works for you.


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This page was   by John Moran, resident Balplan Mechanic and HTML tweaker.


"Site built with 1stPage 2000 by EvrSoft - Gone but not forgotten"