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@Team_Barrowman, my website winner :)

In another moment of utter geekiness, I thought I’d see if I could export from the Joomla website a list of all my webpages within the site and what their page ranking was based on the number of hits each has received. Then pull it into my WordPress blog as a post. Lo and behold, “there’s an app for that!” 😀

And as expected, no big surprise here, the John Barrowman pages are naturally the most popular, taking up 7 spots in the top 10 places (out of those, the video page has a wide lead, with over 7800 page views). U2 places second with two, and my 2008 Lunar Eclipse page coming in 3rd. (Oddly enough, my photo page of Creepy Crawlies doesn’t seem to rank quite as well, LOL).

THIS is why I keep telling my boss we should drop John’s name into our company website; nothing brings in the traffic quite as fast as that ole Barrowman name. 😉

Check it out, here’s the list by Rank, Page Name, and Number of Hits.

[pearl_csv_to_webpage_display filename = PageRank.csv]

Oh Look, I actually added a new webpage! :)

Pretty basic, but took a while to wrangle up the lightbox code for it, so didn’t get as far as I thought I would. It’s a start though. New Astronomy Photo Page

Sample of what's on the website

New Old Astronomy Photo

I forgot I had this, and now use it as my desktop wallpaper at work. Some of my best astro pics compiled into one big graphic. Some I shot through the telescope, others on a tripod, and at least one or two were shot propped up on the top of a garbage can outside of Kings Dominion after a Kingsfest Concert. 😀

My favorite is probably the shot of Saturn just to the left of the rilly big full moon. It’s one of the best shots I’ve gotten with my Nikon through the telescope. And that really overexposed shot next to the smaller moon in the upper left corner is Jupiter. No details on the planet, alas, but when I checked out the pic later, was very happy to discover I’d caught 4 of Jupiter’s moons in the shot. A real Bob Ross Happy Accident.:)

Be sure to click the pic to get the full screen version, looks much better that way…

astronomy photo composite