28th June 13


Ideas behind guide and layout.


          The internet and its associated websites are very powerful methods of communication – but only if used properly.


          People go to the Party’s website for a number of reasons and each group needs to be able to navigate quickly and easily to its section of interest. 


           The first group of people to consider are those who wish to know something about the Party and for whom the Homepage is the first point of contact.  They may have found us from Google or from a Party leaflet.   Consequently, the appearance and message of the Homepage is very, very important.  The Homepage should be bright and cheerful and an ‘easyread’.   It is then hoped that the enquirer’s interest will be aroused and that they go further with their enquiry.


          The “Guide to National Front Websites” is again bright and cheerful.  The links are large and easy to read.  This means that enquirers can select a topic that interests them from the different sections of the overall site. (Many websites have tiny links hidden in cluttered webpages and are extremely confusing. Ironically, the Electoral Commissions site is a good example of this.)


          It is envisaged that each of the links on the Guide will go to pages that are perhaps, run by separate teams.  For example:


1. The List of contacts needs to be maintained and is becoming an increasingly onerous task as the Party grows.  This page would be overseen by the Party Executive responsible for Organisation.


2. Current Affairs. At the moment, this important subject is barely covered.  This will definitely need a team able to comment and respond quickly to news as it comes in.  Again, whilst we hope to have a professional journalist as editor, overall control must be with a member of the Party Executive.


3. Party News.  This section is mainly of interest to other activists and is, effectively, what the  old “national-front” website did.


4. Nationalist Opinions. This contains articles that are just that ‘Opinions’ but opinions that illustrate how different our views are to the LibLabCon crooks.


Some of the links are not yet in operation and, of course, further links may be added in due course.


NB. Regular users of the website will not need to go via the Introduction and should “bookmark” the Guide directly.

(  http://www.nationalfront.org/guide.html )


Return to Guide.


Note for the Technical.


A basic property of the net is that one can make links between webpages, and that for the user, there is no requirement to know where the data that is used to make up a webpage, is stored.


Consequently, the “Homepage”, that is the page that first comes to view when http://www.nationalfront.org is called, will show the nationalfront.org domain (URL) in the address bar.


Other pages will possibly show different domains, as some data is stored on different Servers.  This gives great flexibility and opportunity for semi-independent running of sections of the system.


However, all pages remain linked, so that the system remains a coherent entity.


Note concerning the use of the term, “Moderate”.


The mistake is often made that the opposite of “left wing extremists” are “right wing extremists”.   This is quite untrue.  The opposite of being an extremist is to be normal and moderate.  This is us!  We need to get this concept recognised by our supporters and then the general public.


“We hold our land in trust from our forefathers for our children and our children’s children”.




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