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Saskatoon Symphony Book & Music Sale - Website

Page Contents

Quick Guide

Our web site consists of the following sections, selected with the menu buttons at the upper left of each page (or the Alt keyboard shortcuts noted):

  • Home Page (Alt0) Where it all starts!
  • Sale (Alt1) provides information about the next or current sale, including times, location, and details on the silent auction.
  • Donate! (Alt2) provides information about donating books, music and videos to the sale.
  • Stock (Alt3) summarizes the categories of books, music and videos that are stocked for the sale.
  • FAQs (Alt4) provides answers to frequently asked questions about the sale.
  • History (Alt5) provides historical information about the sale, including stories, photos, news clippings, news releases, advertisements, posters, flyers, bookmarks, silent auctions and trends.
  • Contact (Alt6) provides contact information for the sale and the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, directions to the sale location, as well as information on volunteering.
  • Website (Alt7) provides a site map and some information about this website. See below!

Site Map

Key to Site Map

  • Top level menu selections
  • This menu is always shown on the left side of each page
    • Second level menu selections
    • These submenus pop up when selecting an applicable top level menu item
      • Page level selections
      • These are simply links within the content of a page that lead to internal or external pages

Site Map

About this Website

This website was designed to be:

  • Usable:
    • Easy to navigate, with every page having the same menu and set of submenus
    • Menus are limited to two levels plus links within page content
    • Consistent headers, menus, color scheme and layout are used throughout
    • Large 900 pixel wide format allows more information on screen without crowding
    • All links within page content are underlined so they can easily be found
  • Accessible:
    • Meets highest accessibility standards of the Web Accessibility Initiative of the W3C
    • Accessible to those with vision disabilities: blindness, color blindness, reduced vision
    • Large default text sizes, and all text and menus allow size changes via web browser controls
    • All links are underlined as per accessibility guidelines
  • Fast:
    • Use of pure XHTML and CSS for menus and content allows maximum responsiveness
    • Fast loading, with ALT text for all images
  • Compatible:
    • Tested on the latest web browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer (also tested on IE6), Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape Navigator, and Apple Safari (both PC & Mac)
    • Meets strict XHTML and CSS coding standards as validated by the W3C