dates on articles?
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Apr 5, 2006 at 1:17 pm #1218241Brian JamesMember
@bjamesdLocale: South Coast of BC
This will sound like a niggle and I’m not sure where to post it. Please delete if not appropriate.
The next time you revise the BPL.com code, may I suggest that you include the date at the top of articles?
Some of the information you provide needs a date to put it in context. I recently found the “citation” date at the bottom in tiny text, but it’s hard to remember to check that before reading.
Just a suggestion.
BrianApr 6, 2006 at 3:21 pm #1354282David PasseyMember
@davidpasseyLocale: New York City
I agree. The date is especially relevant given the rapid changes in materials used in the industry.Apr 7, 2006 at 8:25 am #1354337Kevin DupreMember
I concurApr 12, 2006 at 10:15 pm #1354736Michael MartinBPL Member
@mikemartinLocale: North Idaho
Thank you all. We hear you. In the mean time, as this date issue has also come up recently on other forum threads, I’d like to be sure readers know that all BPL articles *do* list the publication date at the bottom of the article in the “Citation” section as Brian mentioned.
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