Technical help

Compatibility

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This site should at least be legible and navigable on any browser or screen. If anything is preventing you from accessing the site on your chosen browser please let us know.

The system of pop-up windows we use to display illustrations and references requires Javascript to be enabled. If these cause problems - or if you just don't like them - click on the "Use popups" button at the top of the page to use in-line illustrations.

If you are using:

…then we recommend that you turn off popups. If you always want to turn off pop-ups, then bookmark the URL: www.educationaldesigner.org/ed/index.php?popups=off.

PDF Versions and Printing

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You will see a "Download Article (PDF)" link at the top and bottom of each article.

The best way to get a hard copy of an article with sensible pagination, headers, footers and page numbers is to download and print the PDF version (Windows users will need the free Adobe Reader or similar software). The PDF versions are designed for A4 paper - if you are using US Letter, check the print settings in Adobe Reader are set to scale output to fit your paper.

Alternatively The "Print this article" button at the top of each article will switch to a printer-friendly view and display the Print dialogue. If you use this method we can't ensure that that articles print out with perfect pagination for everybody, since font sizes margins and headers/footers vary between browsers (not to mention the differences between US and International paper sizes).

Is a paper version available?

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No - currently, Educational Designer is only available in online form from this site.

Technical contact

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For any technical issues, please contact dan@dapead.uk. For other enquires, please see the contacts section.

Acknowledgement: The pop-up windows have been implemented using the open-source "ThickBox" utility by Cody Lindley.

Cookies and Statistics

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Like most non-trivial websites, Educational Designer uses 'session cookies' to temporarily store data on your browser during each visit. Unlike other types of 'cookie' these contain no personal data, remove themselves from your machine when you close your web browser and can not be used to track your use of other websites for advertising or snooping purposes. We use session cookies for things like remembering when you've turned off pop-ups and for keeping anonymous statistics of how many visitors we have and which articles they read. This site contains no third-party advertising or analytics features.

This very limited use of cookies is necessary for the operation of the site. If you do not agree to this, just close your browser application and any cookies will be removed. If we asked for explicit consent, we would have to use a persistent cookie to remember your choice!

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