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Site News & History
Recent additions April 2016
The older news, from 2009, has been made accessible with 2008 a work in progress.
Hopefully all the old web pages will be made accessible in time.
Recent additions May 2015
Updated links page to include links to website, forum (where there is one), Twitter account and directions.
August 2014
One new feature added - live scores. These will appear in a box on the left of the screen, replacing results/fixtures, during the live match reporting sessions.
The live match reporting sessions continue - although these are rather frustrating affairs because of the format in which the Tweets appear on and over which we have no control.
August 2013
The "Met Before" page has been re-introduced, it hasn't been relevant in the past three seasons but now we have history against most of the clubs we meet this season. Hopefully this might be of use to programme editors.

New page added linking to Step 1-4 league tables of the past five years
Also links from First team and Reserve's Fixture/Results pages to results from paast seasons. This has always been available for the first team through the Archive but the first time that this has been available for the Reserves.
February 2012.
Section on Appearances added to Archive - covering 2000-2010
Old programme article on Brian Jenkins added to "Names from the Past" in Archive

January 2012.
The page on Norfolk Senior Cup Finals is complete apart from the date of one result.
The page on Lynn's games in the Norfolk Senior Cup is progressing and both pages have been added to the drop-down on the Archive menu.
The oldest match report in the site is now from 1885 - apart from the strange way of reporting matches (it doesn't mention the goalscorers) it is interesting to note that the club is still referred to as King's Lynn - not Lynn Town as some would have you believe we were called at that time.
Site History & Basic Information One claim to fame for this site is that it was the first representation of King's Lynn Football Club on the internet.
The site came into being with the url of http://ds.dial.pipex.com/town/avenue/rce00 in June 1997.
It even got a mention in the local paper on 27 June 1997.
The site had no official connection to the club but was just a respresentation for fans.
It was not until June 2000 that the somewhat simpler domain of http://www.thelinnets.co.uk was adopted.

The site enjoyed a brief couple of years as the "official site of King's Lynn Fotball Club" before the club was liquidated in December 2009.
With a new football club and new official website being created in the spring of 2010 this site was merged with that of the Blue & Gold Supporters' Trust, the Trust sponsoring the site (in name only) and thus www.thelinnets.co.uk becoming the "official website" of the Trust.

In November 2006 the site recorded its record number of hits 5,136,949 with 359,954 of these taking place on 14th November.
This was, no doubt, a result of Lynn's FA Cup run which culminated in the televised match against Oldham Athletic which took place on 1st December 2006.
The site is best viewed using Firefox
Hits & Visits
Occasionally mention is made of how many hits or visits the site receives. Unfortunately there is no easy way of measuring this.
A large building could hold hundreds of employees yet, as far as a website is concerned, they all have the same IP address and could be treated as one visitor.
Equally one person who accesses the site from work and then home would appear as two IP addresses.
The following define the terms as far as www.thelinnets.co.uk is concerned.
Hits: Any request made to the server which is logged, is considered a 'hit'. The requests can be for anything... html pages, graphic images, audio files, CGI scripts, etc... Each valid line in the server log is counted as a hit. This number represents the total number of requests that were made to the server during the specified report period.
Visits: Whenever a request is made to the server from a given IP address (site), the amount of time since a previous request by the address is calculated (if any). If the time difference is greater than a pre-configured 'visit timeout' value (or has never made a request before), it is considered a 'new visit', and this total is incremented (both for the site, and the IP address). If a user visits the site at 1:00 in the afternoon, and then returns at 3:00, two visits would be registered.