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How can you find all blog articles on Ruby? How about everything that I've written about looking after forums, and with all the information about spammers close to it? With 15,000 URLs on the site, these apparently easy questions aren't so easy any more.

However - In an attempt to help (largely to help myself during courses!) I have added in a Global Index Page that lists all of our modules and categories about which I have blogged, and also lists longer examples and source code links too. The idea is that I can quickly scan up and down for what I want ... in a module and in nearby ones ... during a course, rather like the sidebar we have when projecting a .pdf document.

The global index page is a huge one; don't try it on dialup - but as all the links are targeted to a new window, it can remain displayed for hours. There ARE quick links to jump within the page, and if you've been on one of our courses and have a manual, the module number is the number in the top left of the page.

If you wondered why there was a series of obscure technical blogs this morning .. that's because I have started to add blogs about subjects that I train on, but haven't spoken to as of yet. Give it time, and perhaps the whole could turn into a book!
(written 2009-06-01, updated 2009-06-03)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
W501 - Introduction to Web Site Structure
  [2552] Web site traffic - real users, or just noise? - (2009-12-26)
  [2282] Checking robots.txt from Python - (2009-07-12)
  [2094] If you have a spelling mistake in your URL / page name - (2009-03-21)
  [1969] Search Engines. Getting the right pages seen. - (2009-01-01)
  [1686] FTP - how not to corrupt data (binary v ascii) - (2008-06-24)
  [1636] What to do if the Home Page is missing - (2008-05-08)
  [1431] Getting the community on line - some basics - (2007-11-13)
  [1198] From Web to Web 2 - (2007-05-21)
  [1176] A pu that got me into trouble - (2007-05-04)
  [1168] Moving out some of the web site bloat - (2007-04-29)
  [1031] robots.txt - a clue to hidden pages? - (2007-01-13)
  [1024] Web site - a refresh to improve navigation - (2007-01-07)
  [528] Getting favicon to work - avoiding common pitfalls - (2005-12-14)
  [332] Looking up IP addresses - (2005-06-01)

W512 - Web and Intranet - Site Design Aspects
  [3589] Promoting a single one of your domains on the search engines - (2012-01-22)
  [3563] How big is a web page these days? Does the size of your pages matter? - (2011-12-26)
  [3517] Tags used in writing this blog - (2011-11-12)
  [1598] Every link has two ends - fixing 404s at the recipient - (2008-04-02)
  [1353] Mood shots - (2007-09-16)
  [1054] UK legal requirements for your commercial web site - (2007-01-27)
  [1047] Maintainable code - some positive advice - (2007-01-21)
  [1015] Search engine placement - long term strategy and success - (2006-12-30)
  [918] Databases needn't be frightening, hard or expensive - (2006-11-08)
  [859] Put the answer in context - it may be printed - (2006-09-08)
  [823] An excellent use for a visitor count? - (2006-08-05)
  [795] Remember a site's non-technical issues too - (2006-07-07)
  [718] Protecting images from theft - (2006-05-12)
  [649] Denial of Service ''attack'' - (2006-03-17)
  [556] Colour doesn't have to mean colourful - (2006-01-06)
  [510] Dynamic Web presence - next generation web site - (2005-11-29)
  [391] One mans pleasure is another mans poison - (2005-07-26)
  [352] Improved mining techniques! - (2005-06-19)
  [345] Spotting a denial of service attack - (2005-06-12)
  [319] Accommodation and landing pages - (2005-05-21)
  [288] Colour blindness for web developers - (2005-04-22)
  [261] Putting a form online - (2005-03-29)
  [229] A fortunate accident - (2005-02-27)


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