> > I saw that. And when I click that link on the main page (which
> > points to http://www.linux.ie/news/), I get the search page. And
> > if you're talking about the identical "news archive" link on the
> > sidebar of the search page, it goes to the same place.
>> And in that input box, you type in the items of interest, click the
> Search button, and away you go. If you want to browse all 508 (as I
> type) archived news items, enter * as the only search term.
Well, the "*" bit wasn't obvious to me.
> Now clearly Kenn, as a demonstrated non-moron, this must have been
> obvious to you. So what other functionality were you expecting the news
> archive to have?
How about adding this to the News Search page:
<A href="/news/?query=*">Most recent news</A>
It would also have a side-benefit: Google would be able to crawl
the news archive.
PS. Can someone fix the spelling of my name on that article? Thanks.
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