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    Default A good tidy up

    Not my collection but rather my Articles and Projects (blog) Index page. Being in chronological order is one thing, but it was getting so I couldn't find the things I'd written when I wanted to refer to them!

    Anyway, much tidier now even if it's nothing fancy as far as formatting goes.

    Tez
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    My vintage collection: https://classic-computers.org.nz/collection/
    My vintage activities blog: https://www.classic-computers.org.nz/blog/
    Twitter: @classiccomputNZ ; YouTube Videos: (click here)


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    It is a nice-looking blog page, but I can see how you might have trouble finding stuff with no search capability, at least I didn't see any search window anywhere on the page

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug G View Post
    It is a nice-looking blog page, but I can see how you might have trouble finding stuff with no search capability, at least I didn't see any search window anywhere on the page
    Hi Doug, No, no search window and I'm not going to put in one. In some ways the index page is redundant as my analytics tell me >95 of visitors come straight to individual pages via search engines. The index is probably most useful to me personally so I can refer to what I've done in the past. Others interested in my ramblings about a specific machine might find it helpful though.

    Tez
    Last edited by tezza; October 10th, 2012 at 12:33 PM.
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    My vintage collection: https://classic-computers.org.nz/collection/
    My vintage activities blog: https://www.classic-computers.org.nz/blog/
    Twitter: @classiccomputNZ ; YouTube Videos: (click here)


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    Man, where do you put all of these computers???
    It's nice to see some guys writing about vintage computers. Nice site!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucasdaytona View Post
    Man, where do you put all of these computers???
    It's nice to see some guys writing about vintage computers. Nice site!
    Thanks. They are all stored in shabby-looking boxes so are only impressive when on the web or when I drag them out for play or work. One day I hope to exhibit them though. They can be seen out of their boxes under the collection link in my signature.

    Tez
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    My vintage collection: https://classic-computers.org.nz/collection/
    My vintage activities blog: https://www.classic-computers.org.nz/blog/
    Twitter: @classiccomputNZ ; YouTube Videos: (click here)


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    I ended up writing my own search program, Google's appliance is kind of "meh". My site is basically a search engine, I use the search a lot. I keep my chip inventory online in particular.
    Last edited by billdeg; October 12th, 2012 at 11:27 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tezza View Post
    They are all stored in shabby-looking boxes .....
    collecting ..... there is always a lack of space ......

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