Friday 20 Jul 2018 | 10:43 | SYDNEY
Friday 20 Jul 2018 | 10:43 | SYDNEY

New blog feature: 'Interpreter debates'


Sam Roggeveen


28 May 2009 15:38

In the post immediately below this one, you'll see a message just above the main text that is new to The Interpreter. It reads:

This post is part of a debate - read more in this debate.

Because keeping up with a blog debate can involve a lot of confusing back-and-forth page navigation, we've created the 'Interpreter debate' feature to make things simpler.

Whenever we stage a debate on The Interpreter, we'll tag each post in that debate with a specific debate name (eg. 'Debate: Defence White Paper'). Those posts will carry the above message. When you click on that message, you'll go to a separate page that has every blog post in that debate, in chronological order

So no more endless clicking and confusing navigation, just a single page where, firstly, you'll see how the debate started, and from there, how it developed. Pretty cool, eh?

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