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TechSpot’s frontpage receives the pagination treatment

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(This is a reprint from a frontpage news story, reposting for those who missed the annoucement given further news coverage followed shortly after).

To kick off the post-Christmas news coverage let me tell you about a new feature I implemented in the TechSpot frontpage during the break, news pagination.

Although this feature is widely used by blogs based on WordPress, it’s not a common feature for other platforms including the CMS (Content Management System) we run. Nevertheless it’s quite an useful feature from a reader’s perspective, we can reduce the load off the frontpage, making it quicker, and you can browse up to 60 of our latest news stories by using the page links at the bottom of our frontpage as seen in the image below:


Many of you are probably aware our news coverage is on-going throughout the day, but for those who can’t spend as much time hitting the reload button in a single day, you can now stop by whenever possible and still be able to browse through our past news with ease.

Written by Julio Franco

December 28th, 2007 at 3:24 am

Posted in blog,techspot,the web

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