Groups with footers are:
The website has a built in search accessible from every page. The serach provides a full text search of all website content.
The website uses categories to classify pages.
Page naming aims to be descriptive. Pages are grouped into topic areas. Additionally each page has a page summary that is displayed in searches and in lists. Page groups are:
- Bushcraft instruction TTC bushcraft instruction runs each year
- Centenary Tararua Tramping club turns 100 in 2019
- Conservation News and views on conservation issues
- Fixture Card Our fixture card of event and trip information
- Governance General Committee information
- GPS Tracks A repository of GPS tracks
- In The Hills In the Hills monthly botany article
- Links New Zealand tramping clubs
- Photos Photographs of club trips and activities
- Profiles Club members
- Recipes Tramping and Tararua Lodge recipes
- Social Committee Social events and member info
- Tararua Annual Tararua Annual Index
- Tararua Tramper's Guide A Tramper's Guide to the Tararua Ranges, by Merv Rodgers; maintained by John Thomson
- Tararua History Tararua Tamping Club and Ranges stories and history
- Tararua Lodge Tararua Tramping Club's alpine lodge on Mt Ruapehu. Information and Usage.
- Tararua Tramper Monthly club newsletter
- TTC Website tour Introduction to TTC's website
- Weekly Activity Summary Weekly activity summary presented at club night
- Tramping information Information for trip participants and leaders
- Trip Reports Club trip reports from the Tararua Tramper
- Trips Pages for the organisation of trips
- TTC Tararua Tramping Club Website front page
- Webteam What the webteam does
- Youth Programme TTC's Youth Programme
The website has a two level page hierarchy, known and written as
Groups are used for separate subjects, by convention the main page of a group is named
Pages contain the website content.
Versioning and history
All changes and deletions made to the website are versioned and retained.
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The History link at the top right of every page can be used to review, and if necessary restore, any version of a page.
- the website software must be simple to update. See About the website, and the Webteam home page
- it must be able to transclude content
- the website should be skinnable
- the website should not require ancillary software such as databases
- the Content Management System used
- Website Safety Security Privacy
- Website documentation
- Website administration