Difference between revisions of "Talk:Virtual Reality Rendering Engine"

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David, I don't see how the DeadendPages works since it includes pages that I know were linked into and have at least two links out of them, to the next and previous in a sequence.  And there are always the links on the left hand margin plus the category.  --[[User:Ted Vollers|Ted Vollers]] 12:31, 25 June 2011 (CDT)
 
David, I don't see how the DeadendPages works since it includes pages that I know were linked into and have at least two links out of them, to the next and previous in a sequence.  And there are always the links on the left hand margin plus the category.  --[[User:Ted Vollers|Ted Vollers]] 12:31, 25 June 2011 (CDT)
 
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Hi Ted, just got back from a birthday party for my daughter's friend. Still trying to cool off from the Texas heat. Dead end pages only apply to ''Internal'''''Bold text''' links ''Out'''''Bold text''' of a page. It's a Wiki dead end not a internet dead end. --[[User:David Mathis|David Mathis]] 15:23, 25 June 2011 (CDT)
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Hi Ted, just got back from a birthday party for my daughter's friend. Still trying to cool off from the Texas heat. Dead end pages only apply to '''Internal''' links leading '''out''' of a page. It's referring to a Wiki dead end not a internet dead end. --[[User:David Mathis|David Mathis]] 15:23, 25 June 2011 (CDT)

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David, you took on a big job. Thought I might help out with what I knew about. I could not see how to make use of cite in those two short paragraphs so I just manually entered the two references at the bottom. If you envisioned something else for this page, please edit it to your concept. I think that this covers the basic information. --Ted Vollers 02:49, 25 June 2011 (CDT)


Thanks Ted, Yes, a big job indeed, especially for me, as I am still very much learning Tom's concepts. I currently have an aerial view of the model and as usual I am learning as I go.

I will look this over and use this one as a demo for Cite, which isn't so bad once you get the hang of it. Additionally, I will go ahead and create the internal links to the other pages too. I think we should do this for a) Google b) to build our web for the "what links here" pages and c) We just never know what page someone might land on so having links to symbol or acronym used will be wise.

There is also a page (Special:DeadendPages) on the wiki that shows what it considers dead ends. These pages seem to be pages that do just that, dead end. I think putting internal link to ideas, concepts, symbols, phrases, acronyms etc keeps our data tight and provides visitors immediately connected to any other information that they might have questions about or that directly supports what they are currently reading. This is opposed to someone finding our site reading one page, having nothing else to click on and bouncing.

--David Mathis 09:12, 25 June 2011 (CDT)

David, I don't see how the DeadendPages works since it includes pages that I know were linked into and have at least two links out of them, to the next and previous in a sequence. And there are always the links on the left hand margin plus the category. --Ted Vollers 12:31, 25 June 2011 (CDT)


Hi Ted, just got back from a birthday party for my daughter's friend. Still trying to cool off from the Texas heat. Dead end pages only apply to Internal links leading out of a page. It's referring to a Wiki dead end not a internet dead end. --David Mathis 15:23, 25 June 2011 (CDT)