Setting Up Redirects and Bookmarks

clock August 8, 2013 14:24
If you've ever moved or retired an important Web page or website, you've probably wanted to set up a redirect—a way for users to go from the defunct URL to another page, and all without getting those annoying Page Not Found errors. The new Redirects and Bookmarks page explains how to set these up on EERE. [More]


What Should You Do When You Need a Short URL?

clock April 26, 2013 16:42
The Links page on Communication Standards now includes a section on link shortening services. But when should you use them? That's a whole other question. [More]


Using Energy.gov URLs to Promote your Pages

clock July 31, 2009 12:23
During last week's Web Coordinators Meeting, we talked a little bit about eere.energy.gov URLs and energy.gov URLs, and how both of them work. For a complete explanation of all of the URLs used for EERE Web sites, see the Domains and URLs page on Communication Standards.

An interesting question was brought up during the last meeting: Can Programs use their "marketing" URLs (their short Energy.gov URLs) to point to other pages on their Web site? [More]


Acquiring .GOV and .ORG URLs for Your Sites

clock January 10, 2008 14:08
The Domains and URLs Web page on EERE's Communication Standards site has been updated to address one of the common questions that EERE program and partnership Web sites have: What does a site have to do to acquire an Energy.gov, .ORG, or top level .GOV URL? [More]


Global Redirect for EERE Web Site Removed

clock February 2, 2005 08:00
In February 2003, the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy changed its Web site name and URL. What was the EREN at www.eren.doe.gov became US DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) at www.eere.energy.gov. [More]