Regular readers will notice immediate changes.
Gone are the sliding lists of stories, and the limits on content in each section.
Instead, you can scroll down the home page to see the latest content in each of our sections: news, opinion, arts and culture, food and wine, business, sport, travel, real estate and our ever-popular iSpy social galleries.
You can also easily find all of our content – including older material – by clicking on the section titles on the top navigation bar. You can get an an overview of navigation by clicking at top right (the symbol of three horizontal lines), or search for older stories using the magnifying glass icon.
Once you’ve clicked on a story, you’ll find a whole different way of engaging with our content. Social sharing buttons are easily accessible at top and bottom (and we’ve reinstated the capacity to email a story). You can click on the author’s name to find more content from that writer.
You’ll also find links to similar and related stories on our site.
At the bottom of a story you’ll also find a list of topics related to that story. Click on a topic to find all of our content about that issue.
To get back to the home page, click on the InDaily logo at the top left of every page.
The new site, designed by the local team at Lightbulb Digital, will let you easily find and engage with the content of particular interest to you.
By clicking on “topics” or authors, you will be able to find, for example, all of Philip White’s wine columns in one place, or all of our restaurant reviews, or all of Tom Richardson’s political opinion pieces, or his popular Touch of the Fumbles columns.
While this is a big change, we believe it’s a big leap forward for our website which is increasingly embraced by South Australians seeking out independent, thoughtful and freely accessible local news.
As with anything new, there could be bugs or you might have some questions about how to navigate the new site.
If you’re having trouble, or spot something that isn’t working correctly, send us an email here.
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