Thank you for the suggestion. I have been very reluctant to put in ads
but finances dictate. Finding grants is difficult. I noticed that the
archived copies do not respect formatting, just content.
On 3/18/23 11:32, Barbara Schmidt wrote:
> Scott -- after you get your site established to your satisfaction, I would
> encourage you to archive it so all your hard work won't be lost to future
> researchers if you have to ever take it down again. The link to request an
> online archival copy be made is:
> Each time you update a page you can also use that link to have the archival
> copy updated. The archive copy features no ads.
> On Sat, Mar 18, 2023 at 12:40 PM Scott Holmes<[log in to unmask]>
>> I have republished my web project after some significant editing.
>> Probably the most significant features are links to Day By Day entries.
>> Aside from formatting problems, my biggest problem with the CMS site is
>> the difficulty in determining which year an entry belongs to. I have
>> provided links to the entries within the range of dates for my displayed
>> pages ie: "The Hannibal Years", the first epoch in my project, links to
>> entries from 1835 to May 26, 1853. Day By Day entries have been added
>> for all of Volume I of David Fears' work; what is available from the
>> CMS site for Volume IV; and some others from Volumes II and III.
>> I do hope this meets with the approval of CMS and I have included an
>> attribution to them for each entry.
>> Another "feature" is the addition of Google Ads to some of the pages
>> with the hope that they will help finance this projects.
>> /Unaffiliated Geographer and Twain aficionado/
/Unaffiliated Geographer and Twain aficionado/