techy stuff

stroudvoices.co.uk usage – mostly for webmeisters to illustrate something with a relevant audio clip.
please feel free to link using one of the below, but do tell me so I can check it is working.
If in doubt or spot errors – webmail me from the contact page.

  1.  http://ask.stroudvoices.co.uk    or    http://stroudvoices.co.uk/x/index.htm – this is the HTML/JavaScript search engine. it stands alone and is responsive.
    a) is responsive to screen &/or frame resolution
    b) to hash extensions, syntax:
    i) will present filtered results for “#wordeg http://ask.stroudvoices.co.uk/#vindicatrix
    ii) filters (AND boolean logic) with up to 3 words “#word1#word2#word3” etc
    eg http://ask.stroudvoices.co.uk/#allan#ledger
    iii) dislays a single track by number – syntax is “#1234@” (number shown in pop-up TAGs) eg http://ask.stroudvoices.co.uk/#1601@
    iv) TBC @ filters for clips of that person – “#name1#name2@” (avoids spurious finds) on wish list
  2.  http://stroudvoices.co.uk
    a) home page (has a blank frame filled with 2b)) WordPress layout
    b) hash extensions redirect to http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find with special hash extension see 3b)
    eg http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find/#eric_clark
  3.  http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find
    a) presents search engine in WordPress layout.
    b) hash extensions:
    i) “#name” will display the search engine with that search in a frame in WordPress layout
    eg http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find/#terry

    ii) “#name1_name2″ is similar to 1b_ii) but in WordPress layout
    but WordPress doesn’t like a second hash so underscore is used as the delimeter.
    eg http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find/#alan_beard
    Caveat – it will fail with words that include underscore. (they are used for good reason)
    iii) “#number@” as 1b_iii)
    iv) “#name1_name2@” as 1b_iv) (TBC) will do when there is a need
  4. http://stroudvoices.co.uk/search-by-subject
    a) presents search engine in WordPress layout.
  5.  http://stroudvoices.co.uk/people
    a) presents a list of people in WordPress layout.
    b) clicking on a person’s name will redirect to http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find
    and display for any reference to the name(s) clicked
  6.  http://stroudvoices.co.uk/towns
    a) presents a list of towns in WordPress layout.
    b) clicking on a town name will redirect to http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find
    and display for any reference to the town name clicked
  7. http://stroudvoices.co.uk/lexicon
    a) presents a list of words in WordPress layout, most available ones anyway.
    uses http://stroudvoices.co.uk/find and displays for the clicked word.