Guide to Filters Topics and Regions
This is the filter bar, use the dropdown menus to choose the topics and regions you are interested in finding out about specifically. This is one way of searching for the information you are looking for on the site. The \x91Topics\x92 drop down menu categorises articles into various issues, such as Anti-War, Workers Issues or Environment. The \x91Regions\x92 menu allows you to specify filtering into certain areas, all regions, international, national or county by county.
Ireland 32 Counties...
The site is quite adaptable to your particular interests for example you can use the URL
to get all the most recent features and stories on that issues displayed on the front page.
You can also use the URL http://www.indymedia.ie/derry
which will display all the latest features and stories from that part of the country that were designated the region cork when uploaded.... but you can further filter this to http://www.indymedia.ie/cork/bintax
to get all the latest stories from Cork Related to Bin Tax...
You can bookmark these various address so you can have the tailored Indymedia Ireland whenever you use that bookmark.
Crime and Justice
Irish Social Forum
Rights and Freedoms
Arts and Media
If you think there is a need for another topic filter for an issue that is covered regularly and would benefit from being more defined and accessible on the site please email email@example.comSTOPSPAM.org
How the oscailt filters work is as follows though:
You can go direct to a filtered version of the index, newswire, gallery
and events pages by applying something like the following to the end of
You can use the urlgenerator on the syndication page to get these urls.
Now in additon to that oscailt has a redirect.php script which in the
event of a request to the site that doesn't point to an actual file,
oscailt parses the url and attempts to find any categories mentioned
(topic, region, type, language) in any order and then redirects to an
index page filtered for those categories.
Eg any of the following works
Note that in both method 1 and method 2 searches for the category are case
insensitive and strip out any whitespace, hyphens and slashes. Also in the
case of languages you can use the language name (english), the full
language code (en-IE) or the shortened language code (en)
- 07 Nov 2004 initiated Page, transferred from new users guide as it would be too long winded for that brief help guide...
- 07 Nov 2004 second part is from a mail from Vinnie describing use of URLs