Sunday, November 22, 2009
Web Continuity ensures end to broken links (UK)
"Broken links will soon be a thing of the past for UK government websites, as The National Archives launches its unique Web Continuity project. The first of its kind anywhere in the world, the project has already enabled millions of people using government websites to find information which would previously have been lost through broken web links. The service is now leading to more than six million redirected hits a month. Six government departments have already installed the software, but the Web Continuity project is due to be formally launched at the House of Lords on 2 December 2009"