This site has been designed using Mozilla Firefox but uses standard HTML only. Users of other browsers should find that the pages display in a very similar fashion, and although certain minor features will not be available, the site as a whole should function correctly.
The site uses a four colour set for general layouts, as it has done for over a decade. These colours are used for headings, footers and all other text, with light shades for backgrounds, and consistent colours for hyperlinks. A separate font and colour are used for code extracts.
Tanzarine Technology's thinking for web design involves such a base colour set, with either black or white for a standard text or background, and an additional colour set for headings and hyperlinks where they are used.
The layout should not pose difficulties for most display configurations, but if you do encounter problems, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tanzarine web site has been redesigned in a major project to improve the methods used to format the pages, and produce a responsive layout which can be used as comfortably on a mobile phone as it can a widescreen monitor. Although retaining the familiar styling based on the company's branding and logo, the new site has revamped and simpler navigation, as well a new blog post import facility.(Created 16/01/2013)
The Tanzarine web site has again been updated to create new page layouts, retaining the styling based on the company's branding and logo. The changes this year are to the positioning of sidebars and the introduction of "rounded corners" on box borders, which have been extended to surround whole areas, rather than just two sides as previous. Additionally, some lengthy articles have been marked so as to appear within a scrolling region on the screen, ensuring that site navigation is always available.(Created 30/01/2006)
The Tanzarine web site has been updated to create new page layouts and functionality, but retaining the previous styling based on the company's branding and logo. As with previous changes, the transition was made smoother thanks to the use of XML and XSLT to separate the layout information from the content information.(Created 02/02/2005)
The Tanzarine web site has been updated to create a new styling within the company's existing branding and logo. The change was made smoother thanks to the use of XML and XSLT to separate the layout information from the content information, and the use of CSS for allocating fonts and text styles.(Created 28/12/2003)
The Tanzarine web site has been redesigned to incorporate the company's new branding and logo. The change was made smoother thanks to the use of XML and XSLT to separate the layout information from the content information.(Created 28/08/2001)