The www.cliftonroadgame.co.uk web-site is deliberately written in basic HTML, with simple use of CSS (cascading style sheets). Everything should work quickly and clearly on any browser, on any operating system and regardless of the connection speed.
None of these pages contain any kind of scripting language and none will attempt to open new tabs or windows for you or leave cookies of any kind. The entire site should display and function in a clear, accessible manner, even with style sheets and/or images disabled if you so desire.
Pages are routinely checked, using Opera, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer web browser software.
Any image intensive or gallery pages should be obvious enough that you can make your own choice about whether to open them. Most images are no more than 20kb (and even the larger images files are limited to around 100kb).
Because... I don't know what kind of browser, operating sytem, screen size, display resolution or connection speed you are using or if, perhaps, you require a screen reader to aid in navigating the web.
Because... it drives me nuts when web-sites insist on opening new windows for me or prevent me from doing so when I feel the information would be more conveniently displayed that way.
Yes, it probably could be a bit prettier - I finally relented and put a big picture at the front end of the web-site because I hear that people respond better to visual cues than to simple text - but I really want it to work well much more than I need it to adhere to any one opinion of what creates a "pretty" first impression.