Website Graphs Revisited

So... does anyone remember these babies? The fun little graphs of how our sites are supposed to look? I figured with the new skin I'd post the before and after results :)


Before: Old Skin


"It is pointless to resist, my son." -- Darth Vader
"Resistance is futile." -- The Borg
"Mother's coming for me in the dragon ships. I don't like these itchy clothes, but I have to wear them or it frightens the fish." -- Thurindil

Well. I guess that's that then.

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Posted on Sep 6, 2007 12:10 am by Samson in: | 6 comment(s) [Closed]
Well, while there's an obvious difference, and it's very pretty.. does it mean anything?

Supposedly the way the blobs cluster together tell you something about the "health" of the website. The less red, the better. It's a reflection of the fact that this skin uses no tables except in the calendar ( red dots ). It also shows that the home page is displaying more information - accounting for the larger second graph.

But I just posted it because I thought the pictures were cool :P

Is that what the graph means? I knew each color represented certain types of html coding but not what one was looking for on their graph.. yeah, I can relate, I'd originally visited the site (when you'd posted it the first time) and done graphs for each of my sites and selected one or two for posting to my blogs because they're cool/pretty pics too. ;D

Wow, and I thought it was all about your network, not your web pages. Learn something new every day ;)

There was a site once I had stumbled on that had a "cloud" graph of a starting link and all of the internal linkages it made on its own page. The graph then branched out to all of the first level external links from the site. Once it got done with that, it graphed out all of the first level links from THOSE sites, which were the root site's second level external links. It was a rather huge and impressive image when the results were done. I wish I could find the thing now but it seems to be gone and I don't remember how I found it.

Now that would be a pretty impressive graph, especially if it could also show other sites that are hosted from the same server as separate trees in the same image..

Devenon, I think I've seen something like these for networking before too, but in this case it's all html based so it's only dealing with websites.

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