Always happy to help.
So, my idea is to use spoiler blocks titled with broad topics of interest, inside which will be relevant links. For example...
Links particular to Sunni Islam would go in here.
Looking over the links I have now, I was thinking of these possible topic groups:Basics of Islam:
Five Pillars, belief in one God, the Qu'ran, etc.The Prophet Muhammad, Peace Be Upon Him:
Subjects specifically concerning the life of Islam's prophet.Historical:
Subjects pertaining to things which happened long ago. From the religion's beginning to the late 1800s.Contemporary/Modern Issues:
Stuff of recent history. Say 20th and 21st century, after the fall of the Ottoman Empire?Metaphysical:
Concerning things beyond this material world and the nature of reality. The afterlife, free will and determinism, spirits, the "otherworldly."Sect-Sunni:
Topics pertaining specifically to Sunni Islam.Sect-Shi'ite:
Topics pertaining specifically to Shi'ite Islam.Other sects:
I don't know if comparatively there is enough material and discussion yet on the other sects (Kharijite, Ibadi, Ahmadiyya, etc), so I was considering putting them into this all-purpose category. Unless there is a need to cover any particular branch individually.Islamic Nations & Cultures:
Subjects particular to one nation or cultural group of Muslims. Muslims in the US, in Saudi Arabia, Iran, etc.
I was also considering a work of links, like that Crash Course History video on Islam. Websites of particular use for people. Here's a few I found via a quick Google search. Tell me if you have any recommended ones yourself, or if any of mine are suspect in credibility for any reason.Islam101Qu'ran.com:
Available in English and ArabicReligion Facts: Islam entryal-Islam:
a collection of religious articlesPatheos Category of Muslim bloggers:
Patheos is a website with religious bloggers of all faiths and non-faiths. Although they talk about a variety of topics, issues pertaining to religion are the most common topic.
I've considered linking a few subreddits, in that it might be useful for looking at communities. But given Reddit's meme-heavy nature and not always focusing on things for newcomers, I'm debating the merits./r/islam is the biggest one on Reddit right now.