trippwj Posted May 23, 2016 Share #1 Posted May 23, 2016 Greetings all. I have been gathering links to a wide variety of resources (old and new) available on the internet for use in model building. These range from scanned treatises from the 16th century (the oldest I currently have is from 1578) to available academic research (including theses and dissertations). Topics range from ship specific (such as the US Frigate Constellation) to highly generic (such as period treatises on rigging). I am contemplating posting these links to a website that I can update periodically, rather than continuing to update my posts here on MSW. Where i could use your help is, first, in getting a feel for whether you would use such a site, and second in deciding the best way to organize the website - I will not be uploading the actual documents, but rather a brief description with a link to the URL to access the document. Would it be more useful to be organized by subject (such as Dutch Shipbuilding; Masts and Rigging; Naval Architecture; Early American Frigate documents) or in some other manner? How would you want to be able to find the desired information on such a site? CAVEAT - I know NOTHING about web design, and am going to be learning as I go, so keep any advice on the structure and so on for a neophyte with little or no knowledge! Many thanks! Canute, zoly99sask, popeye2sea and 6 others 9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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