Website Information

The Swift Owners' Club Website is owned and run by the Club. The site is hosted by Stormwire in Centerville, Ohio and is designed to be viewed at a screen resolution of 1024x768 or higher. It has been tested with the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome and Safari. Some minor enhancements only show in earlier versions of Internet Explorer but the browsing experience should be very much the same regardless of browser. The website uses Javascript and Flash so these need to be enabled/installed for the best viewing experience. Cookies should also be enabled for those wishing to use the forum boards .

All information contained in this website is believed to be correct when posted, but the Swift Owners Club can accept no liability for its interpretation or use, nor for the content of other websites that are linked from this website. We would be pleased, however, to receive contact from visitors who believe they have spotted an error, or an inappropriate link.

All existing Trade Names, Trademarks and Copyright are fully acknowledged and accepted; any other use, transmission or reproduction should be with the express and written permission of their respective owners. All other material is copyright of the Swift Owners' Club or individual members where credited, and may not be reproduced, copied or distributed without the express written permission of the Secretary of the Swift Owners' Club.

If there is any accidental infringement of copyright, the Club apologises for this, and would be pleased to be notified via the 'Contact Us' facility on the home page. In addition, the publisher of this site cannot bear responsibility for the actions or the results of action of individuals or companies arising from use of information and advice contained within it.

This site is updated frequently. All visitors are therefore advised to clear their computer's cache regularly to ensure the latest pages are viewed (see Webmaster's page for details). Pressing Ctrl + F5 will also ensure that the latest page s loaded.

The technically minded may be interested to know that this site has been coded in the XHTML Transitional language and every effort has been made to ensure that all pages conform to the stringent coding requirements laid down by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This should ensure maximum compatibility with all browsers, including those used by mobile phones, both current and future.

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional   Valid CSS!

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