The Church of St James the Greater, Leicester was one of the first parish churches to have a presence on the internet. Originally appearing on the 6th May 1997 the site continues to provide information for parishoners and visitors from around the world and still regularly receives a large number of "hits" every week.
Tools and Design
This site has been built using the following tools and methodology
- The best text editor there is, Ultraedit
Pages on this site have been validated for XHTML(strict) and CSS and should therefore work as expected in all modern webbrowsing software.
However, for the best experience, I recommend the use of Opera or Firefox.
The fine resources of Stu Nicholls on his excellent site CSS Play
Lokesh Dhakar for his Fullsize Image Overlays Lightbox JS
Unless otherwise indicated, the copyright of most of the photographs on this site belongs to me. If you wish to use them elsewhere, please contact me first. I will normally be happy to give permission and I can provide the original high-resolution versions if required.
Since 2010, the recordings on this site have been made using the following equipment.
- Behringer C-2 - Stereo matched-pair of microphones
- M-Audio MicroTrack II digital recorder
Recordings before 2010 were made using
- Sony ECM-MS907 stereo microphone
- An external pre-amplifier
- Sharp MD-MT80H minidisc recorder
- A modified Sony MDS-SP55 minidisc deck, with digital optical interface
Available CD's are registered under the MCPS limited availabilty licencing scheme.
If you have need of a website for your club, society, church or small business and you like what you have seen here, please get in touch and I should be able to give you a reasonable quote.