[pmwiki-users] Archiving old/obsolete pages

Pico pmwiki at ben-amotz.com
Fri Sep 1 13:53:16 CDT 2006

Pico wrote:
> Sandy wrote:
>> Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
>>> On Fri, Sep 01, 2006 at 11:40:55AM -0400, Sandy wrote:
>>>> Agreed on the new improved version, and a note where to find the old 
>>>> page (if the old page has info that's not on the new one). That's the 
>>>> ideal solution.
>>>> I think what bothers me about a new "group" is that that will mean a new 
>>>> URL, which will break my bookmark.
>>> Is it still bad if the old URL in your bookmarkup automatically
>>> redirects to the archived version (along with a note that the
>>> redirection took place)?
>>> Pm
>> I like that plan.
>> Works if I'm using old version of software and really want the old page.
>> Works if what I really want is the new feature that I didn't know existed.
>> Tells me to change my bookmark.
>> Yep, works on all levels.
>> (Now, I don't suppose you have a quick way to go through those "hey, 
>> that's neat, bookmark it / move the email to the "keep" folder" entries? 
>> Decide which ones aren't as neat and useful as I thought, which ones I 
>> can use today, and which ones I should read later? Ah well, kids start 
>> school next week.)
> Or another way...
> Instead of trying to replicate things, brainstorm with some of the 
> cooler things that divs can do.  My latest interest is in fixed headers 
> and footers that never scroll off the browser edges, like your own 
> bookmark bar.  Check out the code and demos here (but I would never want 
>   such big headers and footers; they need to be as thin as possible to 
> hold a single row of buttons.  You populate those with pages in the site 
> group and allow the CSS styling to be driven from a group (in a separate 
> skin library), with samples to start...
> Pico
> ___


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