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About

Badgerland

Badgerland is a web site owned and managed by www.badgerland.co.uk - a specialist company involved in the provision of technical manuals and training - especially those suited to distribution via the internet or a corporate intranet.

The people behind Red House (Simon Flory and family) love badgers and provide this web-site as a public service to help and advise people about badgers and how to help them.

Screen Layout and Design

We have adopted the "Master Borders" approach. This means that you always have a consistent Top Border for each section of the web-site (with links to other major sections), and a fixed Bottom Border (with our address and contact details).

You also have a variable Table of Contents on the left - this changes to reflect where you are within the web-site. As you explore deeper into the site, the Table of Contents will expand, so you always know where you are. It also gives you a flavour of just how much information we have on our site.

We have placed advertisements on the web-site, as the income from these helps pay for the running costs of the site.

Site Speed

Obviously we want our web site to appear as quickly as possible for all our visitors - we don't want you to get bored waiting for things to happen!

However, there are a few "slow" pages. These generally contain a lot of pictures - we have marked these at the top of the page, so you can click on another link if you really don't want to wait.

We have deliberately avoided the use of plugins which can slow the downloading speed or the ability to view the site (e.g. we do not use Flash animations).

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