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CM - Modest change in back issues pages speeds searches

2014-04-18 - Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. Arrows now help zero in on story, photo searches. The illustration above (not live) from the CM Daily News section shows recently added "Previous day," and "Next day" arrows, which make it easier to flip through CM as a Daily Newspaper. Readers no longer have to type in the date each time a single day refresh is needed. Now, they can click back continuously through the archives just by Clicking Arrows. The tool was added as an aid to a growing number of persons who use the archives of the magazine for researchers, historians, and for the thousands of readers who like to browse the site out of curiosity. The "To View Another Day" feature is retained. It is useful, when, for instance, one has a good general idea of the month or season for their search, but is unsure of the month or year. Instances would be locating a remembered photo from past Adair County Jaycees Easter Egg Hunts, one would search past years in April or late March; or, to find past election coverage, one would enter May or November in past years and Flip the Pages using the "Previous" or "Next" arrows. To beta test today, go to the live page at Daily News. Reader comments and suggestions will be appreciated. Please click on the "Comments" button to send ideas. - EW
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