NGS website is closed, long live GBE G#2748

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NGS Closing Down Page inking to GBE

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NGS website is closed, long live GBE


NGS Closing Down Page inking to GBE

NGS Closing Down Page linking to GBE website

No more ‘confusion’ between GreenSpec and National Green Specification

No more www.greenspecdownload.co.uk

No more webstats from there from now on.

So here is a final report from NGS Webstats:

  • 1,802,206 total page views
  • 910,948 page views in 12 months
  • 63,157 page views/month
  • 12,245 page views/week
  • 2,406 cumulative average daily page views/day
  • 19,355 page updates
  • 1,822 pages
  • 989 average page views/page
  • 1.337 average page views/page/day
  • 34,579 total document downloads
  • 12,574 GBE NGS ASWS document downloads
  • 10,516 manufacturer’s document downloads
  • 9,832 Manufacturer’s Literature downloads
  • 6,942 Specification downloads
  • 3,193 Univeristy courses document downloads
  • 3,010 GBE CPD file downloads
  • 2,191 CAPEM & Envireo Projects document downloads
  • 1,907 Suppliers document downloads
  • 1,738 Jargon Buster ‘Flood’ topic page downloads
  • 1,505 Consultant’s document downloads
  • 454 Calculator downloads
  • 357 Membership and advisory groups event promotion document downloads

The NGS content was copied across to GBE http://greenbuildingencyclopaedia.uk 1st May 2015.

GBE was released to Google and other search engines, 8th September 2015


© GBE NGS ASWS Brian Murphy aka BrianSpecMan
18th September 2015 – 2nd January 2017

4 Comments

  • Terence says:

    Hey there!
    Quick question that’s completely off topic.
    Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly?
    My web site looks weird when viewing from my iphone 4.
    I’m trying to find a theme or plugin that might be able to resolve this problem.
    If you have any recommendations, please share.
    Many thanks!
    Terence

    • admin says:

      Terence
      I am a WordPress novice, so know very little, however here is what I do know.
      This site uses Salient Theme, Ben Temple who created this WordPress 4.3 site skeleton and imported the content from a Concrete 5 site, chose Salient.
      Concrete 5 uses Frames in constructing pages and imported pages brings with them these Frames; frames are not compatible with mobiles and smart phones if for example you have three column pages the three columns get squeezed to fit a small screen.
      WordPress 4.3 on the other hand shows its own three column pages one column under each other, one after each other.
      Importing from Concrete 5 brings the 3 columns and keeps them as three columns so I have a choice:
      Compromise the appearance and let them get squeezed
      Modify the columns to be consistent width and aligned left
      Re build the Page using WordPress’s to make three columns that are mobile and tablet compatible.
      1800 existing pages imported as Posts makes the decision important
      In reality I will accept the Posts as they are and gradually rebuild the Pages or Posts as three columns in the WordPress format
      This probably does not answer your question, and I would need to see your site to pass any judgement or offer any thoughts.
      You may need Ben’s advice or even his help.
      BrianSpecMan

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