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Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.

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A pu that got me into trouble

If you're a regular visitor to the Well House Consultants web site, you may have noticed subtle changes over the last couple of days; the "Version 7" web site that we introduced at the new year wasn't up to the standard we had hoped and rather than making incremental changes, I've swept new profiles through in the background. Actually, it's been a good proof of the techniques we use that I've been able to do so much, and so fast.

I've also have a good proof / confirmation that I should take frequent backups while I work. In a tired moment yesterday evening, a put when I should have done a get during an FTP transfer meant that I overwrote my Version 8 pivotal templates with the old Version 7 ones that I'm working so hard to replace.

Anyway - an hour or two of reworking had me up and running again (and, yes, I HAVE backups this time) and the site's there for you to enjoy. Printing is improved. Navigation is improved. Resizing the window is much improved. And it looks good too. Odd "holes" cropping up - with the freedom for the width to vary, some pages that looked great narrow look less great when wide ... but I'm sure I'll get to most of those and fix them as I spot them.
(written 2007-05-04, updated 2007-05-08)

Commentatorsays ...
Ted:That was quite a task.

Well done Graham - Ted
(comment added 2007-05-05 21:17:25)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
W501 - Introduction to Web Site Structure
  [332] Looking up IP addresses - (2005-06-01)
  [528] Getting favicon to work - avoiding common pitfalls - (2005-12-14)
  [1024] Web site - a refresh to improve navigation - (2007-01-07)
  [1031] robots.txt - a clue to hidden pages? - (2007-01-13)
  [1168] Moving out some of the web site bloat - (2007-04-29)
  [1198] From Web to Web 2 - (2007-05-21)
  [1431] Getting the community on line - some basics - (2007-11-13)
  [1636] What to do if the Home Page is missing - (2008-05-08)
  [1686] FTP - how not to corrupt data (binary v ascii) - (2008-06-24)
  [1969] Search Engines. Getting the right pages seen. - (2009-01-01)
  [2094] If you have a spelling mistake in your URL / page name - (2009-03-21)
  [2214] Global Index to help you find resources - (2009-06-01)
  [2282] Checking robots.txt from Python - (2009-07-12)
  [2552] Web site traffic - real users, or just noise? - (2009-12-26)

A100 - Web Application Deployment - The Components of a Web-Based Solution
  [34] Linux / LAMP course - (2004-08-31)
  [49] Business is the predominant user of Tomcat, Perl and Tcl - (2004-09-15)
  [166] Acronyms - (2005-01-02)
  [367] Ajax - (2005-07-03)
  [433] FTP - how to make the right transfers - (2005-09-01)
  [442] How far away is that server? - (2005-09-10)
  [510] Dynamic Web presence - next generation web site - (2005-11-29)
  [673] Helicopter views and tartans - (2006-04-06)
  [924] The LAMP Cookbook - Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP / Perl - (2006-11-13)
  [1265] Apache, Tomcat, Jakarta, httpd, web server - what are they? - (2007-07-13)
  [1496] PHP / Web 2 logging - (2008-01-06)
  [2099] Should I maintain the programming code on my own website? - (2009-03-23)
  [2896] LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP - install, configure, administer - (2010-07-30)
  [3891] The components of an Apache httpd / Tomcat / MySQL stack and what each does - (2012-10-13)


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