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  • polevaultpower
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    Ken, you have got to be one of the most dramatic people I know. :lol:

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  • TrackCEO
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    Originally posted by polevaultpower
    In other words, for years you could have gone to google.com and typed in whatever you were looking for and added site:usatf.org to search the USATF website, and now USATF does it for you :roll:
    Yes, and I have.

    But what about the tens of thousands who didn't?

    K E N

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  • polevaultpower
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    In other words, for years you could have gone to google.com and typed in whatever you were looking for and added site:usatf.org to search the USATF website, and now USATF does it for you :roll:

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  • TrackDaddy
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    I've complained for years about the sad state of the USATF website.

    In recent years they've added pictures and are now a bit more consistent in their statistical updates.

    And now this...finally. :roll:

    Things are looking up.

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  • Jayboi
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    Re: usatf.org adds a SEARCH ENGINE -- at long last!

    Originally posted by TrackCEO
    This is new! And long overdue!

    After years of nagging (by me and others), Indy's webmaster has added a search function to the site. It's a standard-issue Google custom search, which could have been added years ago.

    For whatever reason, ex-webmeister Keith Lively declined to add this key element. But he's been gone for a year or so, replaced by Twittering web-girl Katie Landry, who apparently knows how to copy-and-paste HTML coding.

    That's all it took to add the Google search engine to usatf.org!

    Way to go, Katie! :P :P :P :P :P

    K E N


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  • TrackCEO
    started a topic usatf.org adds a SEARCH ENGINE -- at long last!

    usatf.org adds a SEARCH ENGINE -- at long last!

    This is new! And long overdue!

    After years of nagging (by me and others), Indy's webmaster has added a search function to the site. It's a standard-issue Google custom search, which could have been added years ago.

    For whatever reason, ex-webmeister Keith Lively declined to add this key element. But he's been gone for a year or so, replaced by Twittering web-girl Katie Landry, who apparently knows how to copy-and-paste HTML coding.

    That's all it took to add the Google search engine to usatf.org!

    Way to go, Katie! :P :P :P :P :P

    K E N

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