The milleniatech.net site will soon be undergoing some major changes. I recently switched my web provider to one with better bandwidth to facilitate these changes. As a result, the subdomain links are broken but are accessible using the more familiar forward slash method:
codes.milleniatech.net > milleniatech.net/codes
docs.milleniatech.net > milleniatech.net/docs
info.milleniatech.net > milleniatech.net/info
symptom.milleniatech.net > milleniatech.net/symptom
tsb.milleniatech.net > milleniatech.net/tsb
The major changes will be new server software that...
- ditches the familiar but dated 1990s style Microsoft FrontPage format for a modern layout using CSS. Fully PHP and database-driven.
- allows guests to submit guides and tech information.
- gives registered users access to a WYSIWYG guide editor to submit guides (similar to vBulletin as used here but more robust) and also allows the uploading of images directly to the milleniatech.net server. Guests won't need to register to view the images as they do with attachments on mazdaworld.org.
- allows users to submit guide requests.
- supports over 30 different languages. Users can request a guide to be translated or submit their own translated versions of existing guides.
- has a fully searchable database using keywords with a configurable tag cloud in a FAQ-style format more apropos to tech-related guides and information.
- allows users to export guides into PDF, XHTML, or XML formats.
- gives all submitted guides an ID number making them easy to find and link to.
- allows users to browse all guides by category, tags, or alphabetical order
- puts newly added guides on the homepage along with the most popular guides and guides highly rated by users.
- allows users to comment or suggest improvements to existing guides
- allows guide edits to be stored in a wiki-like revision system, which allows guide authors to revert to previous versions if need be.
Still 100% ad-free and non-profit.