Photography Credits

Homepage - St. Andrews by Charles Clegg - used with thanks under its Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 License. As required by the license, we should mention that we applied a crop to Charles’ wonderful shot of St. Andrews, and that the crop amount will vary depending on the size of the device or browser window you’re using to view the STP website.

Our Community and Get Involved pages both feature images of CSPP’s Towns Summit, used with thanks under its Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Licence

About Us - Forth Bridges Panorama by Iain Watson - used with thanks under its Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License. As required by the license, we should mention that we applied a crop to Iain’s excellent shot of the Forth road and rail bridges, and that the crop amount will vary depending on the size of the device or browser window you’re using to view the STP website.

About Us > Influencing Policy - St. Andrews by John Lord on Flickr, used with thanks under its Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 License. As required by the license, we should mention that we apply a crop to the image (which varies depending on the size of the device used to view the page).

Also on the Influencing Policy page is the Largs Panorama by Charles Clegg, taken from the ferry to Cumbrae - used with thanks under its Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 License. As required by the license, we should mention that we applied a crop to (another of!) Charles’ great photos, this time of Largs, and that the crop amount will vary depending on the size of the device or browser window you’re using to view the STP website.

Map Backgrounds

With every new page you visit on our site we load a map background of a Scottish Town from a set of ten; Bonnyrigg, Broxburn, Erskine, Johnstone, Kilwinning, Larkhall, Penicuik, Port Glasgow, St. Andrews and Viewpark.

The map data is © OpenStreetMap contributors, with thanks and via their licensing of map data under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0. You can read more on their copyright page. The maps in question were shot from this Leaflet tool on Github using the ‘Positron No Labels’ skin by CartoDB, and then manipulated further to match the grey colour in our brand palette.

Site Development

Our website and forums were built by Edinburgh web studio Kin using the NationBuilder platform.

 

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