1 to 101 is written collaboratively by volunteers. Find information, advice and links to other websites for further reading.
1 to 101 : The First Place to Look for Information and Advice
What We Do
|A 1 to 101 aims to cover all of the key aspects of a topic in a bite-sized, time saving, jargon free, manner. It's meant to be the first thing someone searching for a topic for the first time will want to read.|
Our Information & Advice
|Every page of 1 to 101 is dedicated to a topic and for each we: give you the essential information; offer you advice; provide links to other relevant websites for further reading.
Each 1 to 101: is contained within a single, organized page; breaks a topic down into easy to read / understand sections; provides only neutral, unbiased information and advice.
The easiest way to find information or advice is by using the search box at the top of the page; to use it, type in the name of a topic and press enter. The search box is best used by entering the broad name of a topic (as opposed to the name of something specific within that topic); try to use just one or two words.
If there's no appropriate page on 1 to 101 for the topic that you're looking for then let us know and we'll write one. New pages are being added on a daily basis.
If you feel you can improve a 1 to 101, or want to add a new one, then please do. Sharing your knowledge, and contributing even one or two sentences, is most appreciated.
|Any blue text you see is a link that can be clicked on. We provide 3 kinds of links; SERP (search engine results page) links, direct links, resource links.
A SERP link is displayed within the main body of information and advice and is there to let you find more details directly related to a single piece of information or advice. We link to search engine results pages when there are several useful websites that can further explain a specific aspect of a topic. When we link to a search engine, the search has already performed and you simply click on the website that most appeals to you.
A direct link takes you from a word or phrase within the main body of information and advice to a particular website; they’re generally to websites on specific companies or products.
A resource link is displayed at the end of a page and are to what we consider to be the most authoritative websites on that topic on the internet. Our resource links are there to expand on what we tell you; to give you more in-depth / specific information and advice.
For us to link to a website it must be: of good quality; useful; relevant. If you feel that any of our links are not of good quality, useful and relevant, then please remove them. If you know of any websites that you think we should link to, then please add them.
How You Can Help
|1 to 101 is written collaboratively by volunteers from all around the world; anyone can edit it. With the exception of a few protected pages, every page has a link that says "edit", which lets you edit the page you're looking at. We encourage you to add information and advice on any topics that you're knowledgeable on.|
For the writing team, please contact email@example.com
We can be contacted by post at: 1 to 101, Links Drive, Birmingham, B91 2DL, UK
We can be contacted by phone on +441212882892