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Post by Chicago Astronomer Joe on Jan 17, 2005 3:20:54 GMT -6
Site searching the Chicago astronomer Database
Fellow Chicago Astronomers...
There have been times when I needed to look up a past post for reference or correction. I was daunted with the task before me..sorting thru thousands of posts where I thought it would be, only to discover that it was in another thread and different date.
This is a Beta test of the Site Search Feature I hope to provide my membership. I have also included the option to search the web as well.
If you have any suggestions or ideas, please let me know. Chicago Astronomers deserve and expect the best!
Thanks, and fruitful searching!
Chicago Astronomer Joe Founder, Administrator and Chief Astronomer
Telescope/Observatory Docent Facilitator Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum
Astronomy Instructor Instituto Del Progresso/IHSCA
Astronomy Program Instructor British International School of Chicago /Lincoln Park Campus
Resident Astronomer Chicago Park District Nature Oasis/Night Out in the Parks/ 606 Trail
I discovered a 'shortcut' method of searching for the 10 most recent posts. This process works because I am set up to remain 'logged on' to the Chicagoastronomer website. Previously I would access Chicagoastronomer by clicking on the bookmark I had created which brought me to the 'main' page - then I would scroll down to the 'Moon Phases' area and click on the link for '10 most recent posts' which I would scan. Then it dawned on me that once I had clicked on '10 most recent posts' I could bookmark that location. Now I have 2 bookmarks - the original which brings me to the main page - or the new one which takes me directly to the 10 most recent posts. ;D