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|...I'd have made this a mountain page (too small for an area but too complex for a route page), but it's a useful page and another good addition, Marc.|
|Posted Mar 25, 2010 2:33 pm|
|I know, Bob. I would have loved to make this a "Mountain & Rock" page. The problem is that there is a "M&R" page on The Alabama Hills. That page is much too general and not specific to any one formation. I feel that that page could have been an "Area" page, then it would have left room for many "Rock" pages" and even more "Route" pages.|
I just didn't want to intrude into anyone's prior submission.
Thank you for your opinion and your comment, Bob.
|Posted Mar 25, 2010 2:48 pm|
|Bob Sihler||Re: Personally...|
|Marc, you may not know this, but you actually can attach a mountain page to another mountain page. I have done so a few times myself, most notably on the Old Rag Mountain page, for Old Rag is a mountain that also has several climbing crags on it.|
Just a thought in case you're interested. And I agree the Alabama Hills should be an area page. If I were using the advanced search option, I would never look under mountains for an area like the Alabama Hills.
|Posted Mar 25, 2010 4:10 pm|
|Thanks for the tip, Bob. I have also seen "Area" pages that were attached to other area page. I really like to do that in the case of my J-Tree "Rock" pages. Joshua Tree is huge and is broken up into many separate areas itself. I think many of my pages fit into the small areas of their own.|
|Posted Mar 25, 2010 4:41 pm|
|Marcsoltan||Re: Nice use of tables....|
|Glad you like it. I think using the best "Best Viewing" format is not necessary at all, but it's only a matter of taste and design. I feel that this kind of format produces more interest.|
|Posted Mar 26, 2010 3:13 pm|