We’re pleased to announce that CSI Files is now running on a brand new content management system (CMS) which will bring lots of new features to the site.
New ways to find what you want
One of the biggest changes you’ll see is that there are now many ways to find the news you want:
- Firstly you can browse by category or by date by clicking a link on the left hand side.
- News items are also tagged. You can click a tag within a news item, or in the Tag Cloud on the right hand side, and find similar news. For example if you want to see all news relating to Adam Rodriguez you can just click Rodriguez.
- Finally there’s also now a search engine, on the right above the tag cloud.
We have only got the last couple of week’s news in the new system at the moment, which means content is currently a bit sparse. The system will build over time, and we hope to import the old news into the system at a later date. For now all news is the old system still accessible here.
News more often
Due to the new system, expect more frequent news updates as smaller news items get their own articles rather than being grouped together. This means you get news faster.
Keep up to date – now with Twitter
As usual, you can follow news via our RSS Feed. We are now also on Twitter at twitter.com/csifiles for those who are fans of Twitter. These are two ways to ensure you get the news as soon as it happens.
Become a fan on Facebook
Help spread the word, and become our fan on Facebook.
More to come…
Coming later are many improvements. The biggest change is that soon you will be able to leave comments for any news item. Rather than having a separate discussion area for each news item at Talk CSI, comments will be part of the article. You’ll be able to login with your Talk CSI membership, or other logins such as Facebook.
For now, please bear with us as we start to populate the new system with news and get the features up and running. There are many rough edges right now which we’ll also be improving, so excuse any glitches.
For now, if you spot anything really broken or have any other feedback, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.