[Update – It looks like this feature wasn’t working in Internet Explorer 7, this was due to a bug which I’ve now fixed! I’ve also made the drop-down lists more readable.]
In addition, the webpage is now W3C standards compliant (XHTML Strict and CSS.) If that means nothing to you, you just need to know that it means it should work well, and look the same, regardless of which web browser you use. Less than 2/3rds of visitors use Internet Explorer, now. Cosmetically, you’ll see a little different, but I had to rewrite quite large parts of the page in order to get it to pass the W3C tests. This spring-cleaning means I’ll find it easier to add new functionality in the future.
BOF have overhauled their website, including their fixtures page. This breaks the script I use to pull updates from their page to the events map, so updates won’t work until I’ve figured out how to parse the new page. I’ll take a look at this next time their fixtures page is updated.