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 Volume 1.18 Site Map and Info June 10, 2002 


    Front Page    
         
   
  • Left: Links to specific webpages, including a brief quotation that conveys the gist of the page. These links change with each issue. Some of these links may suffer from linkrot in a relatively short time (perhaps a few weeks, perhaps a few days).
  • Center: This View’s Column — hopefully new with each issue, but sometimes not.
  • Right: Links to websites, or sections of websites, including a brief description or quotation. Also, links to series of articles, or multi-part articles, including quotations.
  • A link is not necessarily an endorsement of the views or opinions expressed in the webpage or website to which it refers.

Ancillary pages:

  • This View’s ColumnThis View’s Column from the Front Page presented without the left- and right-hand columns of links and quotations, allowing a much wider reading space.
  • This View’s Featured Pages & Sites — the Front Page’s left- and right-hand columns presented without This View’s Column, allowing a larger typeface.
  • Featured Webpages Trove — a collection of links and quotations that have been removed from the “Columns, essays, and news articles” section of The View’s Featured Webpages.
  • Featured Webseries Trove — a collection of links and quotations that have been removed from the “Series and multi-part articles of news or opinion” section of The View’s Featured Websites, Series, and Multi-Part Articles.
   

    This View’s Poetry    
         
   
  • At least one poem, new each issue. Some by me, some by others (if I have permission or if it is, or may reasonably presumed to be, in the public domain). Suggestions are welcome.
  • In the wake of the Massacre of September 11, 2001, “Triad” is intended to be a permanent exhibit.
   

    This View’s Prose    
         
   
  • At least one quotation, new each issue: either public-domain material, or what I believe to be quoted according to “fair use”. Suggestions are welcome.
  • In the wake of the Massacre of September 11, 2001, “The Defense of Liberty” is intended to be a permanent exhibit.
   

    This View’s Photography    
         
   
  • At least one photograph, new each issue. Some by me, some by others (if I have permission or if it is, or may reasonably presumed to be, in the public domain). Suggestions are welcome.
  • A thumbnail is provided first, so the reader may avoid downloading the full-size image in case he finds it uninteresting.
   

    This View’s Guest Column    
         
   
  • Occasionally, an essay or column by another writer is presented, with permission. Suggestions, or submissions, are welcome.
   

    Archives    
         
   
  • The Archives are intended to represent, as far as possible, each issue in precisely the same way it was originally published.
  • Each issue is archived at the same time it is published: this allows the reader to bookmark a specific issue at publication, rather than bookmarking the current (latest) issue only.
  • The World Wide Web is constantly changing, and links are often ephemeral: a webpage, or even a website, may disappear entirely, or be moved to another domain or URL. Thus, links working at publication may eventually suffer from linkrot, but there is no plan to attempt to update links in archived issues.
   

    Contact or Subscribe    
         
   
  • Contact information.
  • An e-mail announcement list, to inform subscribers of a new issue, is available.
   

    Some Kindnesses Towards The View    
         
       
    History and Revisions    
         
   
  • 06/03/02. Add -Back- selection to Quick Jump menu. Add links to all particular archive pages at bottom of every particular archive page. Add shortcuts to internal sections at the top of The View’s Featured Webpages and The View’s Featured Websites, Series, and Multi-Part Articles.
  • 05/27/02. Add The Blog from the Core. Add link to same page in previous issue, and to weblog, in Quick Jump menu. Add link to particular archive page at bottom of pages that are separately archived.
  • 05/20/02. Add link to home page in Quick Jump menu. Add sectional archives. Rearrange Front Page, adding “Collections, etc.” section.
  • 05/13/02. Make all links in The View’s Featured Webpages and The View’s Featured Websites, Series, and Multi-Part Articles blue, so they stand out better.
  • 05/06/02 Add Guest Column. Rename Featured Webpages Archive and Featured Webseries Archive to Featured * Trove, to avoid confusion with The Archives. Add items to Quick Jump menu.
  • 04/29/02. Add “This View’s Featured Pages & Sites” page. Add Featured Webseries Archive.
  • 04/22/02. Add URI and date/time stamp to each page.
  • 04/08/02. Add “This Page in The Archive” (or “This Page in The Current Issue”) link to each page. Add another “masthead” at bottom of each page. Redesign Front Page slightly, to speed up loading.
  • 03/18/02. Add Featured Webpages Archive. Rearrange sections on Front Page. Add new indicator for items newly added to Front Page. Add -Previous- and -Next- selections to Quick Jump menu.
  • 03/11/02. Discontinue “Recent columns, essays, and news articles” section. Add “This View’s Column” page. Make “The View from the Core” graphics link to Front Page of Current Issue (Home).
  • 03/04/02. Add “Classic articles” section to Front Page. Add link back to current (undated) issue on Archive page in the archive.
  • 02/25/02. Add e-mail announcement list. New domain theviewfromthecore.com.
  • 02/18/02. Add Previous and Next to navigation bar, for those who like them. Test using Netscape 6.2.1 as well as Netscape Navigator 4.08, Internet Explorer 5.5, and Opera 5.02.
  • 02/11/02. Premier Issue. Change color scheme from burgundy and gold to blue and green. Test using Opera 5 as well as using Internet Explorer 5 and Netscape Navigator 4.
  • 02/04/02. “Pre-View” Issue (kind of a beta issue).
   


 Volume 1.18 Site Map and Info June 10, 2002 





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Cor ad cor loquitur J. H. Newman — “Heart speaks to heart”