Touch (or click on) the logo. There is no ‘Home’ button as there is very little space across the screen on smart phones, and this use of the logo makes better use of the space. Most websites do this.
To look efficiently through, for example, the weekly ‘Art & Craft’ classes that interest you, particularly on a device with a small screen:
Touch the listing continuously, or position your mouse cursor above it, until the text gets brighter. The stamp (e.g. FULLY BOOKED, CANCELLED…) will at the same time become quite faint to ease reading of the text beneath it.
Works on some systems e.g. Android (used by Samsung, LG, etc.), Windows…
Just use the built-in facility in your web browser (some produce better printouts than others).
This website contains a lot of information. Our intention is to keep this all up-to-date in a timely manner, especially where it relates to events and classes. However, sometimes delays occur in this process, and unfortunately errors do slip through.
The information here is therefore for information purposes only.
Should you spot any errors, please let us know and we will make the appropriate corrections.
When you book an event or class, either using an online booking system, on the telephone, or in person, all the important details will be re-shown or restated.
We suggest that you check at the time that all of the details are as you expect.
Information often comes packaged up in documents, such as brochures or application forms. These can be downloaded from this website and use Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF). Once downloaded, this type of document can be printed, as well as remaining available for you to view when convenient. Links to such documents are flagged up with the abbreviation ‘PDF’. To read these documents you will need a PDF reader.
If no means of reading the PDF is automatically made available, or is suggested, by your system, the Adobe PDF reader is available from Adobe’s website.
Browsing the Web using one’s smart phone is rapidly growing in popularity. On some websites this is already the most popular way in which they are viewed and used.
Other touch-enabled computers such as tablets are also popular. The use of traditional desktop personal computer systems remains significant, though their proportion of the market is slowly declining along with that of tablets.
As manufacturers seek to sell more devices, the majority of which are touch-enabled, the range of devices and their associated web browsing capabilities is expanding rapidly, and is now greater than ever before.
This website aims to be easy to use on any device using a reasonably up-to-date web browser from one of the main suppliers (Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung) as of June 2017. This should also apply to any other suppliers who also support current Web Standards in their web browsers.
Almost everyone visiting this website should experience it exactly as intended, and this proportion will increase over time.
Those using older web browsers and equipment should still find the website usable and informative, but it will not look its best and may not be as easy to use as it can be.
The reason that age is a factor is that the capabilities of web browsers are rapidly being increased to address technical difficulties thrown up by the increasing use of portable, touch-enabled computers such as smart phones.
This website was designed and developed for the Landmark Arts Centre by romjon.com.
Landmark Arts Centre Ferry Road Teddington TW11 9NN United Kingdom
(in South West London, between Twickenham, Richmond, and Kingston-upon-Thames).
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