||New trip reports placed yearly directories.
For the next few years I would copy some existing report to use as
a template for the new one, hoping that all vestiges of the old
report got replaced with the new information.
Day Hikes folder created. New or modified hike descriptions
start going into separate files. Copy an existing hike description
to use as a template for the new one.
||Sub-region folders created for Day Hikes, to keep the
Day Hikes folder of manageable size.
|| Each new Trip Report has its pictures in a separate directory.
With thousands of pictures and an ever-expanding list of reports,
the Images folder had been bursting at the seams. Also it was hard to tell
which pictures belonged to which report.
New index page.
It features a cover picture linked to a recent Trip Report.
||Cascading Style Sheets replace in-line formatting.
Thanks to John Warren for recommending CSS.
||Trip Report Template and Hike Description Template created.
All new reports and all new or modified hike descriptions now
have standard contents and formatting.
I started using the Trip Report Template to standardize old
reports, and then moved them into annual directories.
||Trip Report Index replaced and regional indices created.
All trip reports are indexed by geographic region,
even though they are filed by year.
Finished moving all new or modified hike descriptions from Day Hikes
to the sub-region directories.
Only the template remains in the Day Hikes folder.
||Four new articles written, including this one.
Jim Buyens becomes backup webmaster and designs the new index page.
||Trip Report Index replaced.
Links to individual reports moved to regional files.
Trip Report author guidelines updated.
||Transition from Globat to A2 Hosting.
Templates for hike descriptions and trip reports updated to
Trip reports begin with a link to the hike description.
||Improved formatting of trip reports and hike descriptions.
Backgrounds of hike
descriptions are filled in when the hike is full.
Many older files brought up to the latest standards.
||Email list limited to paid members.
Ted’s HTML Approach.