All of material on this website - including text, layout, graphics, icons and artwork - is Copyright © Southern Injustice 2006-2007. This material cannot be copied in any way, except as required for the viewing of these pages on an individual computer, without the express and written permission of Southern Injustice. If you are interested in using something from this website, please contact us. Chances are we will be humbled by your request and allow you to use it, but please ask first.
User confidentiality is very important to us. We will protect your information as if it were our own. When you visit our website, we do collect your “IP” address and some basic statistical information that does not identify you as an individual user. This includes the amount of traffic visiting the site, which pages are visited and for how long, which search engines the visitors are using to get to our site, and what “ISP” they are using.
If you choose to submit information using our contact form, you will be voluntarily providing us with some information about yourself. This information will only be used for the purpose intended. We will never send you spam nor release this information to any third parties.
We use the information we collect to improve the quality of our web site, enhance or tailor the information we offer, and make your experience on our site as valuable and efficient as possible. None of this information is ever disclosed to third parties. It is kept strictly confidential. We will never disclose this information to any third party. Never.
Any trade marks used on this website are the property of their respective owners. As such, they are used on this website for identification purposes only. Southern Injustice makes no claims, either express or implied, as to ownership of these trade marks.
This site was built using methods that form a common and recognized standard for website design as prescribed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an independent body that establishes recommendations known as “Web Standards”.
By designing to these web standards, the content of this web site is made available to a wider range of people, browsers and devices. An added benefit is that they are more search engine friendly as well.
You may have noticed that these web pages download faster, too. Perhaps one day all web sites will be made this way, but until then this site is still quite special. Both the XHTML code and the CSS used to implement this website conform and validate with the common standard identified by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
This site was designed, to the best of our ability, to be accessible to a wide variety of users. The following features are incorporated into this website.
- Resizable Text
- Jump Links
- Link Focus
- Cross Browser Testing
- Clarity of Content
- Semantic Markup
During development of this website, we tested the code and markup of this website - using a Microsoft™ Windows™ operating system - with the browsers listed below and found the site to function and display as intended:
- Mozilla™ Firefox 22.214.171.124
- Internet Explorer™ 6.0
- Internet Explorer™ 7.0
- Opera™ 9.02
This site was designed to work as intended, but we cannot guarantee that it will always do so. Things happen from time-to-time that are either within or outside of our control. If you happen to see something not working the way you think it should, please contact us to let us know and we will do our best to make it right.