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Post Independent website gets a face lift

There will be few minor changes to the postindependent.com website. These changes were launched yesterday.

We hope the changes will make the home page easier to navigate and you’ll be able to find the latest news more easily.

One of the additions to our site will be the creation of a Member’s Hub. This new area is designed to better highlight items that come from you, our readers.



The Member’s Hub contains a feature that shows all of the comments on stories (for the past 5 days) in a single view. The Member’s Hub puts greater emphasis on your photos, your videos and helps you connect with other members.

The Member’s Hub is where you go if you have something to contribute. To post items to our calendar, you will still go to the submit an item to the calendar area.



Things will look a little different. Complete headlines will now be posted for stories so you can see them prior to clicking on the story. Please take a day or two to become familiar with the new functionality.

The “feedback” link at the top of all pages is where you can go for comments and suggestions.

Readers may experience some minor technical issues on the site after we launch this redesign. Thank you for your patience while we work to bring you an improved online experience.


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