Innen: Hungarian Scratch-Wiki
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- Ez a cikk az egész weboldal rendszeréről szól. A weboldal címlapjához, lásd Kezdőlap (Scratch Weboldal).
A Scratch Weboldal a hivatalos weboldala a Scratchnek. Ezen kersztül a Scratcherek feltölthetnek és megoszthatnak projekteket az Online Szerkesztő segítségével, valamint kommunikálhatnak más felhasználókkal profiljaikon, műhelyeken, projekteken és a fórumok témái alatt hozzászólásokon keresztül. A Scratch weboldal URL-je: scratch.mit.edu
A Scratch webhely testreszabható: más felhasználók bekövethetőek, létre lehet hozni új műhelyeket is, valamint ki is lehet törölni őket, ahogy a projekteket is. Más felhasználók profiljai is megtekinthetőek.
Az oldal ad otthont a Scratch közösségének; minden felhasználónak saját profiloldala van. A címlapon megtalálhatóak a Kiemelt projektek, a Kiemelt műhelyek, Az általam követett Scratch-előknek tetsző projektek (csak ha a bejelentkezett felhasználó másokat követ), a Mit remixel a közösség, és a Mit szeret a közösség rovatok, valamint még továbbiak is.
Alább megtalálhatóak felsorolva a weboldal főbb részei:
- Online Szerkesztő
- Front Page (the website's homepage)
- Profile Page
- My Stuff editor
- Shared projects
- Project Pages
- Scratch Forums
- Explore projects and studios
- Help areas
- Translating site
- Log-in as shown to the right
The order of the columns on the front page is as follows:
- Featured Projects
- Featured Studios
- Projects Curated by ()
- Scratch Design Studio Row
- Projects by Scratchers I'm Following
- Projects Loved by Scratchers I'm Following
- Projects in Studios I'm Following
- What the Community is Loving
- What the Community is Remixing
- Főcikk: Scratch 1.4-es Weboldal
The early Scratch Website was much smaller, as it housed a smaller community. Example differences are that the front page contained far fewer rows, the forums were smaller, and pages were fairly different.
Early Days and Beta
When Scratch was first announced to the public they started with a small blog. After a while, for the picked testers, they opened a page on the blog where Scratch projects could be shown and played by the public. Once Scratch was released to the public, hundreds of Scratchers starting making projects and posted them to the Scratch blog. The Scratch Team then decided to extend the blog into a full website so everyone could post their projects and give feedback to one another. When Scratch was first made it did not have a website as developed as the current one. It was just a single web page introducing Scratch and giving some links to "Scratch Cards" and "Tutorials". Over time, the creators of Scratch created a community as they saw that one could be effectively created.
The beta version of the Scratch Website can be found here.
The structure of the website has changed over time. New features such as Scratch Design Studios were introduced, along with entirely new areas such as the Text-based Games Forum (now discontinued on the Scratch Website). There have also been renovations as well; such as an entire change to the Front Page (also allowing a row specifically for curators) or forum changes (archiving, creation).
In May 2013, the entire Scratch website was updated to Scratch 2.0. The site underwent many changes, including a new project editor online with many new features, such as procedures and cloning; an updated look; new features on the site, such as Explore, My Stuff, and Related Projects; an updated front page; and fresh forums (the old ones were archived).
On the 27th of July, 2010, a separate version of the site was created for users outside of the US. This was the same website, the only difference was that the caching engine was hosted in a server in Europe, with the hope that this would increase the speed of the connection for users outside the US. However, this was only a test of the system and many users experienced difficulties with the system, therefore the site was abandoned and no longer exists.
For Scratch 3.0, the website was updated and redesigned again. There is now a banner across the top of the front page. Project pages and many other information pages were updated to the new design, but many other pages, such as profile pages, still have the old design. On July 6, 2021, the studios were updated.
The Scratch website has grown over time. There are now over 124 million projects shared and over 104 million Scratchers as of February 21, 2023.
Sablon:See also Sablon:See also Sometimes 403, 404, or 500 errors appear throughout the website. 403 errors appear when somebody tries to view a page without permission. 404 errors are thrown when a page on Scratch does not exist, and 500 errors are thrown when the Scratch server had an error. If the Scratch Team is making major changes to the website, visitors will be redirected to the Maintenance Mode until the maintenance is over.
There are also some other errors some users get such as the 504 "Gateway Timeout" error. However, they only return a basic text screen instead of a decorative message.
The 405 Method Not Allowed error also exists. It can be visited here, although it gives a browser error and there is no decorative message for that.
Amazon shows that the mit.edu domain is ranked 1,224 in the world for website traffic, although this also includes the main MIT site. Amazon also shows that it is ranked 860 in the United States and that 123,717 websites are linking into it. 11.84% of visitors to the main MIT site visited the scratch.mit.edu subdomain. The highest number of visits in a day to the Scratch Website was 59,814, on October 8, 2009, according to Quantcast statistics. The highest number of visits in a month was over 1,200,000.
There exist copies and clones of the Scratch website that are not hosted by the Scratch Team. They often have much the same behavior, but they should be avoided since they are not the official Scratch site.
An easy way to check whether a site is a clone is in the address bar of the browser: if it is the official Scratch website, the URL will start with
scratch.mit.edu. Otherwise, leave immediately.
- ↑ Ha nem is feltétlen véglegesen, ugyanis a kukába helyezett projektek továbbra is még megtekinthetőek
- ↑ 2,0 2,1 https://web.archive.org/web/20061116125316/http://scratch.mit.edu:80/
- ↑ ar-topic:41680
- ↑ scratch:statistics
- ↑ topic:104038
- ↑ post:902226
- ↑ http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/mit.edu
- ↑ http://www.quantcast.com/scratch.mit.edu