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Searching the W3C site

From: Todd Freter <Todd.Freter@Sun.COM>
Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 09:23:27 -0800
Message-ID: <3BE6CB0F.2DB36D26@Sun.COM>
To: site-comments@w3.org
Dear Friends at W3C,

While it is possible to access a search capability to search
the W3C web site, there is no indication on the home page
<http://www.w3.org/> on how to find that capability. I happened
upon the search capability by going to the Site Index page.

A simple way to help users find the search capability easily
(he said!) would be to make a small revision to the horizontal
menu at the top and bottom of the page. Change this:

 Activities | Technical Reports | Site Index | About W3C | Contact Us

to this:

 Activities | Technical Reports | Site Index & Search | About W3C |
Contact Us

Otherwise, the word "search" doesn't even appear anywhere on the W3C
home page.

Thanks for listening.

-Todd.
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Todd Freter                       Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Program Manager                    XML Technology Center
Industry Initiatives  NEW PHONE-> +1-510-986-3654 direct
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