Using the Site
This site has been developed to provide interactive
access to the Written Statement and Proposals Maps of the Penwith District
Council Local Plan. It is separated into the two relevant sections, both of
which can be accessed from the Home Page. To assist in navigation and
irrespective of which section you are viewing, links to other areas of the site
are always displayed at the foot of each page.
Use the Back Button in
the Bowser Toolbar to return to a previous page.
Using the Maps
The Inset Maps are presented as fixed scale images for reference and navigation
purposes. Move the mouse over the image and pause to see messages about links to
larger scale maps or links to relevant sections of the text.
The Inset Maps are divided into tiles to enable reasonable detail to be seen
without the need for horizontal scrolling and to keep the performance of the
site reasonable. A list of the tiles is also provided on the left. The
tiles can also be accessed from the main large scale Index map.
referred to in the Legend are linked to the relevant policy statement in the
text. The mouse can be used to display a text message identifying the policy to
which the link refers.
The relevant section in the text will be displayed
in the browser window. When finished reading the text use the back button in the
browser toolbar to return to the map.
A comprehensive legend is
displayed on the left with links to relevant text passages.
Using the Text
Use the contents panel on the left to jump to book-marks within the text.
Similarly references within the text to other sections, external
publications or other chapters are identified by colour. References to the
appropriate Proposals Map tile are also identified and linked, use the back
button in the browser toolbar to return to the text.
To print all the text for a chapter use the right button of the
mouse while the cursor is in the text frame and select the Print option. To
print part of the text highlight the section of text to print and copy this to a
Word or Notepad application for subsequent printing. Alternatively use the link
on the left to open the PDF format for any chapter and print the document or
part document from that.
These files can be quite large (up to 6Mbs in size) and can take several minutes
to open if using a 28.8 Modem. Acrobat files can be opened directly in the web
browser (with the appropriate plug-in) or, by clicking on the right mouse button
you can open a dialogue box with options to save the file to your local disk for
later opening and printing. You will still require a copy of Acrobat Reader 5.0
to open these files after downloading. A free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader can
be obtained from the Adobe Web-site (http://www.adobe.com).
Printing the Maps
Place the cursor over the map to print and click the right mouse button. Select