A Little Housekeeping

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Tim Higgins

There really wasn’t enough content in each to warrant separate sections. So I have eliminated the Tutorial category in each section and moved the articles under Features.

I also took the opportunity to close all the Blog sections except for mine, since there haven’t been any new posts in quite some time. IThe articles have been moved into relevant sections depending on their subject matter.

Finally, taking a suggestion from the Forums, I have added Basics links to the LAN & WAN, NAS, Wireless and Multimedia & VoIP sections. These new links are merely for convenience and will take you to the same places that the links under the main Basics menu do.

If you can’t find something, please first try the Search. If you still can’t find something or see a problem, please just let me know. Thanks!

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