I was going to do that but to be honest it was going to be a lot of fucking around because there is a lot of these related expression and antonym expressions that aren't actual entries and the scans I used doesn't really differentiate them. I could work through and add them later, once the pages for each specific volume have been made but it would push the overall process back. I'd like to have a functioning product that people can take advantage of up kind of ASAP so that way if I am to do something somewhat minor yet likely time intensive, I'd rather do it in the background without disrupting the site, updating everything once that part is done.
Basically I've kept everything as simple as possible, as in just HTML and CSS, so it can be more or less as portable as possible for people who want to use an offline all in one version in their browsers with the files locally.
I have a question: for the main pages for each volume, would it be better to have a table of contents linking to each individual concept and maybe a link at the top for a page which has all of the concepts together, or better to have a single large page for each volume with a table of contents at the top with links to and from each concept, like the pdf version of the concepts that was done a while back?