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This page lists site evaluations (aka a Website Review) of this domain,
"folklib.net", created by a growing number of on-line companies whose only
purpose is to evaluate your domain and then try to sell you their one time or
ongoing services to fix all the things they found wrong with your site. These
various "folklib.net" evaluations have been very helpful and have provided
several suggestions which I have implemented to improve my site. However, as a
long retired UW-Oshkosh computer programmer, I cannot afford to pay anyone tens
or hundreds of dollars per month to fix everything that is wrong.** There is
no FREE way for me to fix everything.
** = as noted elsewhere, this site sells nothing and earns no income from
anyone for anything.
Below are known site problems I do not know how to fix by myself:
"folklib.net" evaluations, in name order of the company that created these
[w/the date they were added to this page]
- NOT Mobile device friendly
I have been using the VMS EVE/TPU text editor since 1995 to build this
text intensive musical information site. Most mobile code generators I have
seen require expensive software which I cannot afford.
- No Blog "ON" this domain, e.g. "blog.folklib.net"
I do not know how to create such a page, but I do have a blog where I
post infrequently. It is at blogspot.com
Folk Library Index Blog
- No Google compatible site map.
Not true. I have three at:
- Incorrect use of underscores "_" instead of hyphens "-" in file names and
directory names. Google does not index words in URLs that are separated by
In the years since 1995 that I have been creating this site, nobody until
April 2015 ever told me this was a problem. I used underscores to improve
human readability. At this late date it is not posible to rename hundreds of
page names and directory names. However, starting with this page, I will use
hyphens in all newly created URLs.
- Use of obsolete HTML code like <font> and
I know these should be replaced with CSS, but the training materials I have
seen only teach you how to create a new CSS site from scratch. None of them
show me how to take a 1,000 page text site and convert every page to CSS.
* = this list used to be on my Home Page. I did not keep track of when I
added the first three I started linking to.
HubSpot's Website Grader [*]
Web of Trust [*]
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P.O. Box 331, Ripon, WI 54971-0331
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