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Technical Stuff

(If this scares you, don't read it !)

This site and browser support....

There is a lot of javascript driving this site, and although I test as much as I can with different web browsers there's only so much you can do.  If you have a favourite browser that doesn't appear to work then please let me know.  Also, if you see any problems that are not listed below then also - please let me know!

Currently tested browsers are.....

Browser Does It Work? Comments
Microsoft Edge Yes No known problems
Internet Explorer V8-V11 Yes No known problems
Internet Explorer pre V8 Not tested Should work as far back as V6, but not tested. Older versions may have problems because they don't support all of the style features
Firefox V33 and later Yes No known problems
Firefox V14 to V33 Yes Small problems with animated photographs. All navigator features work.
Firefox pre V14 No Older versions may have problems because they don't support all of the style features
Opera Yes Version 9.24 - Some problems with photograph thumbnails view.
Version 9.25 and later - No known problems
Safari Yes Minor formatting differences
Window re-sizing on photo pages doesn't work
Chrome Yes Minor formatting differences
Mozilla (pre Firefox) Mainly Some problems with loading images on some platforms
Konqueror Yes Some minor layout problems, but everything displays and all navigation works
     

 

If The Site Doesn't Appear to Work...

The site uses both Frames and Javascript.

Older browsers may not support frames - in which case this site will not work (and you shouldn't have come this far anyway!).

Some browsers allow Javascript to be disabled, and this will stop the site from working.  The first symptom that you will see is that there will be a big gap in the "buttons" section where you expect the 4th button to be (it would say "Box Office" if it were there) and in addition, when you run the mouse over the buttons they will not react - where they should highlight in turn as the mouse pointer goes over each button.

Firefox

  1. Go to the "Tools" pull-down and select "Options";
  2. In the "Options" panel select the "Web Features" page;
  3. Make sure that the box labelled "Enable JavaScript" is ticked;
  4. If it still doesn't work go reapeat steps 1 & 2;
  5. Select "Advanced" to the right of the "Enable JavaScript" label;
  6. The boxes labelled "Move or resize existing windows" and "Change Images" must be ticked as a minimum.

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  1. Obtained and processed fairly and lawfully.
  2. Held only for lawful purposes, which are described in the registration.
  3. Used or disclosed only for those or compatible purposes.
  4. Adequate, relevant and not excessive.
  5. Accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date.
  6. Held no longer than necessary.
  7. Able to allow individuals to access information about them and, where appropriate, to correct it.
  8. Surrounded by proper security.

As a matter of principle the information provided will not be divulged or passed on to any third party for any form of reward. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact NYTC by mail to eMail webmaster.