Tangye Register & Web Page

G'Day All
There are a good number of surviving Tangye engines and other
equipment in Australia and other Commonwealth counties.
After a lot of discussion on another forum from owners trying to
determine the date of there engines etc a bit better I recieved a lot
of support to restarted a Tangye Register, the register started out to
be an Australian one but has quickly developed to an international one
with engines (and other equipment) from all over the world, note no
personnel infomation will be supplied to others.
To give some credit to the register I have developed the start of a
Tangye Engine web site which will be developed as data and time is
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Any help or information on Tangye equipment or improvement to the web
page gladly received
Kerry Morris
Lithgow NSW OZ
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On the web pages:
The width is forced to 1156 pixels by the table holding the 3 name plate images. This is rather wide and means that I have to use the horizontal scroll bar to read the text.
The name plate images are rather large file size wise and the HTML forces the browser to scale them smaller. Some browsers are crap at scaling images and in this case the outer two are forced to be scaled with a different aspect ratio so end up distorted. Scale the images to the correct size (pixels) for the page so the browser only has to display them.
Make the text next to the brown buttons links as well as just the button.
There appears to be nested tables, I'm not sure why. Using a table for layout is a simple and effective method but is depreciated these days. You ought to be using div's but they aren't quite so intuative to use.
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Dave Liquorice
Thanks Dave, looks good on my display but need to think of others, will address your comments
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