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/