Hold on, I'm going dotty!
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the main system for creating web pages and other information that can be displayed in a web browser (i.e. Google). HTML elements form the building blocks of all websites.
And there is another problem with trendy "modern" web sites. A lot of the "stuff" they get you to look at is formatted in your own home confuser. That means the way it looks on your screen depends on how your confuser is set up and the clever thingies you are using. The more complicated the code, the more likely it is that bits of it won't work as you would like them to.
Somewhere in the bowels of the code, fbb found this:-
Even the program designers were/are struggling with their twiddles.
So tomorrow, back on schedule and a look at the rest of the new Southern Vectis site and a repeat of today's opening tag "Hold on, I'm going dotty!"
And a sort of P.S.: some will be screaming that you need special technology to make a web site work on mobile phones; essential these days. Essential? Maybe so, maybe no; but the clunky, old fashioned, tired and dated Havant site quoted above works adequately on fbb's clunky, old fashioned, tired and dated phone. A clunky, old fashioned, tired and dated fbb has just tried it.