With an extensive change in the layout and design of the print edition of Indian Newslink, our website has also undergone a metamorphosis.
As well as incorporating the best tools available to web designers, the online edition will incorporate video facility and other smart features. Readers will also be able to register for receiving updates automatically.
The daily updates would mean that you do not have wait for a fortnight to be informed of current events and developments.
Our Australia based Webmaster Raghu KunchaKoorthy has been working for more than three months considering various options.
He said the “new look and feel Website” has neutral colours, table-less design.
“It includes all the old functionality and a number of new features.
“Among these are the Latest News Section, Browse by topic and Search (using popular tags). The site also has easily accessible tabs to Most Popular and Most Commented Articles and Reports. Readers will be able to subscribe to the Indian Newslink Newsletter that will be introduced shortly,” he said.
Mr Kunchakoorthy said reader response encouraged him to include the facility for people to submit information, news items and article online, in addition to emailing them to the Editor as per the current practice.
“Each article and report would have a text version, print version and facility to email to others and a comment and rating facility. We will continue to assess public response and make changes and improvements from time to time,” he said.
Governor General Anand Satyanand and Prime Minister John Key will launch the new website at the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards Gala Black Tie and Awards Presentation Ceremony tonight (November 15) at the Stamford Plaza Hotel.
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