Web Site Journal – News, Updates and Improvements

| June 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

News and Updates for Homeschool.co.uk

Homeschool.co.uk has been active since 1999, during this time it has and numerous updates and enhancements. This page describes changes, updates or additions to the homeschool web site in reverse chronological order.  A “frozen” archive Homeschool.co.uk prior to 2012 is available here –> http://archive.homeschool.co.uk

Wednesday, 3 April 2019 – Deleted content which I felt was unrelated to homeschooling

December 2018 (circa) – Moved Jump Rope Rhymes to http://jumpropesongs.wordpress.com

22 July 2014 – Various updated, removed articles which are no longer relevant to homeschooling

25 July 2014 – Changes Permalink changes to the URL to include  /%category%/%postname%/ which expands the url to include the category

15 July 2013 – Continued work on SEO. only 100 pages at this stage, naturally this is the best time to do this while the site is still quite small.

17 June 2013 – Increased website security, and improved website SEO

20 May 2013 – Moved over to WordPress, from a Static Website, the Archive of this website is still available at http://archive.homeschool.co.uk

28 March 2008 – Did a general cleanup as well as an update, removed worthless pages and created links to the my blog and education wiki.

11 March 2006 – updated website.

24 November 2005 – Moved to CSS, and changed colour scheme, after 5 years of gray. The site can now be printed more professionally and with less paper wastage.

12 November 2005 – Moved most resources into the Resources directory

14th October 2005 – Another clean up, new articles, dynamic links added using RSS feed

7th October 2005 – Removed redundant Data, cleaned up templates, introduced the Software list and Software Review, enabled browsers to contribute and update pages more easily, made the site more easier to navigate.

20th Sep 2004 – Tidy up and Adsense updates, I have kept the adsense details as unobtrusive as possible, money received goes towards maintaining this web site.

17th May 2004 – Changed all the lower case heading to standard mixed case headings which included both capitalised and lowercase writing. – this simply required a change to the cascading style sheet.

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