The Dead Heart is divided up into a number of sections which hopefully break down the title page a little more. Whilst the links to all the areas of the site are available from the main page descriptions of these areas can be found in the four general sections.
Badly Arranged Pages & Grainy Graphics
From time to time The Dead Heart gets emails from people saying that the pages are badly laid out. Page layout on the Dead Heart is done by tables so viewing requires a browser which can render table layouts accurately.
As mentioned above a number of statistics have been compiled regarding visitors to the site. One of these relates to colour depth of the visitors machine. The predominant colour depth is 16-bit (65,536 colours). As such all images for the site are designed with this in mind. If you are using a lower resolution then you may find that the graphics become grainy (due to your browser dithering the colours to match the colour map). As before the only way around this is to use a better graphics mode.
These days it's not hard to get a graphics card that supports a higher resolution - the price of a CD is all that is required for a basic card.
As the Dead Heart moves into the future it has become time to adopt new technology. As such many pages are now based on CSS - Cascading Style Sheets. These are used to control page formatting, but require IE3 or higher, and Netscape 4 or higher.
Incompatibilities do arise between browsers, but most are picked up during testing. Testing is done with IE5 and Nav4.5. The biggest problems are with DHTML, which is limited to IE4 upwards (in these pages, not in general).
The Atlas Doesn't Work
Links Which Don't Work
If there are any internal links which don't work, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. They should be set right within a couple of days. If an external link is down then email as well, but it is unlikely that anything will be done about it barring updating of the link.
It has become apparent that printing tabs can be problematic. Because the tabs are white text on a black background, Netscape is unable to print them. As far as is known, Internet Explorer is capable of doing the necessary forward thinking.
Hopefully this page has been a help, but if not then email email@example.com for more.