This means that the sites will work well all modern browsers (e.g. up-to-date versions of Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Chrome) and should also work well on mobile browsers.
There may, however, be problems if you try to view the sites using version 8 or earlier of Internet Explorer or you use Internet Explorer in 'compatibility mode'. Although these versions of Internet Explorer will work to a certain extent, they will not allow you to view or listen to the HTML5 compatible video and audio files used on the sites. If you are using an old version of Internet Explorer we strongly suggest that you update to an up-to-date version, or install an up-to-date version of Chrome or Firefox.
We are aware that there is an occasional problem viewing videos using Chrome. This is a bug in Chrome, not with the EFDSS sites. Guides to trouble shooting these problems can be found here and here. If you find that you persistently have problems with videos in Chrome, then we recommend you use a different browser.
If you have any comments or feedback about the functionality of the sites, please feel to contact us.
Unlocking hidden treasure of England’s cultural heritage. The Full English is the world’s largest free digital archive English folk songs, tunes, dances and customs. Containing more than 58,400 items from 12 of the country’s most important early 20th century folk music collections, you can delve into wherever you are in the world.