Changes in We Can Do …

Posted on 25 September 2008. Filed under: Introduction to "We Can Do" |

Regular readers looking at this page will have noticed that I have now made a few more changes in the navigation bars to the right side of this page. In particular, there is no more “blog roll” to the right — but if you want to explore some of We Can Do’s many links to other web sites on disability and international development, you can still find these at the very bottom of every page at We Can Do. I also removed the listing of “Pages” — but you can still find these at the very top of every page at We Can Do. I made these changes in an attempt to make the page a little “cleaner” in appearance.

Since December last year, We Can Do readers have had the option to receive an email alert each time We Can Do is updated. But people who would prefer to subscribe via an RSS feed can now do that by clicking on the icon of their choice to the right. (I don’t control the appearance or accessibility of these icons — this is something that puts in there by default if I don’t have anything else in the far right-hand navigation bar.)

Want to check out recent We Can Do posts on a particular topic area? Check the drop down menu under “Categories.” Or, want to browse through all old and recent We Can Do posts? Select your desired month in the drop down menu under “Archives.” Or if you want to try a key-word search, then you can type your search term into the search engine at the very top of this page (above the navigation bar).

Comments on these revisions to We Can Do’s appearance, organization, etc. are welcome, in the comments area below or via email to me at ashettle [at]

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