New navigation column on left of window

As part of my tidy-up drive I have made a navigation frame version of the site that you can access from this link. It needs a bit more work but it’s useful enough already to be worth making it available as an option. Later I might build it in a bit more, so that everybody uses it automatically.

Over the years a lot of people have pleaded with me to allow them to rewrite my whole site in proper posh web designer format but I have resisted because I like things simple and I want to be in control and it’s my site.

Anyway there are a lot of corners to the site, and I may have a go at tidying some of them up and doing newer versions here and there. It’s actually quite a big site when you get into stuff like the web diaries of past courses. There are dozens of web pages in this section and I have not bothered (yet) to do a navigation frame for them, but I could do if it helps. Or maybe find a way to link to the more interesting bits of content that are buried in there.

I have put a survey on this blog so you can leave feedback for my efforts and please feel free to comment on them too if you have time and stuff to say. You can also email me privately – loads of people do so every day so don’t be shy.

My next project is to start breaking down the huge great old front page and adding bits of it to the other pages such as homebrew, international, developing world, rooftop nonsense etc…

But I will try to always put any new stuff on this blog first so as to make it easier to find out what is happening.

About hugh

I live off-grid in NW Scotland and have spent my life playing with wind turbines. I also love small hydros. Hands on renewable energy is my thing and I like to learn and to share my experiences.
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1 Response to New navigation column on left of window

  1. Akeru says:

    Saludos amigo.
    The news of his work on wind power reached me through a project in Uruguay based on their mills. The point I would like to stress is that I came to you through Google Reader. I do not spam, simply highlight Reader as a good utility to keep updated information from each site to which I subscribe, including suyo.Tal and now the time you could recommend it as one more way that your friends or readers are automatically updated their business on the web.
    I was interested because I work a search for alternatives to improve lives, especially in areas of the third world, the only difficulty in following its development is the language … but with a little more work there is the translator of Google, I'm using now to write, so excuse my English you know.
    A greeting and appreciation for his work, I see it as an alternative in areas of extreme poverty and many know through social organizations.
    Paul.

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