Busy Busy Dotco page numbering system

Some notes on what may seem odd at first sight. Maybe it could be better, but it is too late for me to change it now. So here is an explanation.

On paper and plain text we refer to pages with six digits, eg page 123456

Sometimes we break page numbers into threes 123-456.

On the WWW our convention is to break into twos 12-34-56, or more usually 12/34/56 since separate folders are used.













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