Construction Structure



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Superior Structure: none
Local Infrastructure: construction.htm  nfoWare Construction Zone
       index.htm nfoWare Construction Structure (this page)
Immediate Content:      default.htm  nfoWare Home Page
     nfoWare.htm  nfoWare Synopsis
Subordinate Structure:         bits/
Construction Material, an example of nfoWare

Subordinate Infrastructure:     _private/ reserved for use by FrontPage Extensions
construction/ Construction Material
      images/ standard images directory
Related Materials: Construction Material
nfoWare> repaving> 2007-08-04 announcement>

nfoWare Is Being Repaved.

Migration to a new server introduced a number of problems that require repairs.  In addition to those defects, some older pages also need to be modified and reorganized for consistency across all of nfoWare.  While the site is being repaved to accomplish both kinds of improvements, you may notice discrepancies and problems with links to site content.

Check the Site Repaving Project pages for additional details on the known defects and the approach to correction and upgrade.  Contact the nfoWare author with questions and to report any defects that you notice.


You're at the Front Porch Construction-Structure of the nfoWare site.  The front porch provides some overall entrance material.  It is the root of the content of the site and of the construction structure on which the content is maintained.

All nfoWare content is reachable from this front porch (i.e., by browser entry and navigation at the front porch or by use of a URL that specifies a path into the site). 

The construction structure is the scaffolding of connected folders that serves as the framework for content development and maintenance.  The construction structure is carried in index.htm pages like this one.  The front porch (the root) and each subfolder has an index.htm page for that purpose.  During early stages of site development, navigation to content might be primarily via the construction structure.  As more-polished organizations are developed, they will be grafted atop the construction structure.  The scaffolding is never removed, it merely fades into the background.

This web page is part of the engineering, construction-management, maintenance, and infrastructure of the nfoWare site.  You are welcome to explore this and other construction-structure pages.   You'll need your hard hat and safety shoes.

When nfoWare is published on a web site or mirrored on a CD-ROM or local hard drive, these construction-structure pages provide the basic scaffolding.  That scaffolding supports browser navigation and orientation in the material.  These index pages link the folder structure together and connect to additional construction information and site content as appropriate.

It is a policy for nfoWare and other nfoCentrale sites that the only access to content be by navigation of links.  There are no web-site folders for which the content is directly exposed to public access in the manner of a file-system directory.  As part of the construction structure, every folder has an index page, and that page serves to implement that policy as well as establish the site scaffolding.

Revision History:
0.03 2016-11-11-11:04 Force Refresh
To have correct image linking, touch this page to force updating.
0.02 2013-11-03-16:33 Revitalize with latest Style and Construction Structure
The repaving is reconstituted with changes that are also required to deal with changes required to support the migration to public web sites having case-sensitive URLs.
0.01 2007-08-09-12:12 Provide Repaved Construction Structure Content
The root section Construction Structure is repaved and this page updated to reflect the approach adopted for the 2007-08-04 repaving project.  This style will be propagated throughout the site and also used for other sites as they are also repaved.
0.00 2004-01-05-14:51 Placeholder
A basic index.htm is provided as a placeholder.  The content is boilerplate from an existing site.

Construction Zone (Hard Hat Area)
Creative Commons License You are navigating nfoWare construction structure.
This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.

created 2004-01-05-14:51 -0800 (pst) by orcmid
$$Author: Orcmid $
$$Date: 17-06-03 15:07 $
$$Revision: 90 $