About our site
Coding to published Standards
At every point in the development cycle, we aim for code that follow published, formal, grammars and standards - specifically those created by the World Wide Web Consortium. We do this to ensure the maximum level of interoperability, and to make sure that what we try to give you, the user, is information that you can easily access.
A large portion of the World Wide Web is migrating to the unfinished HTML 5 standard. However, as Greytower neither agree with the development of this language, nor have needs that it cover, we continue to use HTML 4.01 Strict for this site. The icon below suggests that we have controlled all our pages using the official W3C validator.
Please note that there the first page of
greytower.net has an exception - we have used the
target attribute on certain, well-documented,
Feel free to do the same - any feedback you might have will be appreciated.
Layout through CSS
The entire site follows the principle of separating structure from presentation, and has subsequently been coded using CSS 3. Another exception exist here, as we have used -mozilla-* and -webkit-* prefixed properties for rounded corners.
All pages on this site conforms to
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0)
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0).
Should you at any point find reason to doubt our claim, do not hesitate to get in touch with us, and we will ensure that the matter is resolved. We will also be happy to answer any questions as to what exactly the above means.
We've also included a little bit about our presence in Stockholm should you want to know more about the place we call home.