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Hi Eds, Can a site be added?
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drewbhoy
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Edited Mar 11, 2017, 09:50
Re: Hi Eds, Can a site be added?
Mar 11, 2017, 09:48
TMA Ed wrote:
Hi Drewbhoy, I will unlock it for you. However, the Eds have a general feeling about limiting subsites. If it's a small place and the proposed subsite is eg. a particular stone with rock art - it doesn't seem worth it (adding unnecessary layers through which people must click to find information). The more complex the site, I'd suggest the more appropriate it is to have a subsite (that being more of an archaeological judgement perhaps). Or alternatively, if the site's page attracts a lot of photos, it makes pragmatic sense to subdivide them. Distance is also a factor - if the suggested subsite is sufficiently far away to feel like a different location (a subjective thing, yes) then it's probably worth making it an entirely different site in itself. It is a bit of a judgement call. But having added 700+ places to TMA yourself I expect you know where we're coming from.
Thanks,
TMA Ed.


You are right on the sub site i.e. like I did for Cluseburn. A separate fieldnote or a highlighted paragraph header will do the trick. Thank you very much :-)

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