Wednesday, 10 August 2011
According to the notes on the sidebar, there have been more than 170 posts on this blog since April of last year, and even I have difficulty sometimes in finding material which I previously wrote on a particular topic. I have resorted occasionally to using the Search facility, and it occurred to me that some readers may not be aware of this method of finding particular items in this blog.
Right up at the top left-hand corner of the page (above the main title), next to the ‘Blogger’ logo, there is a box in which you can type a keyword or key phrase. Then click on the ‘magnifying glass’ icon and it will open the page on which the word or phrase most recently appeared. If you want a previous item in which the word or phrase was used, just click on the box which appears on that page inviting you to go back to the previous entry, and so on.
This is a quick way of looking up references in the blog to decided cases. You don’t need the whole citation, just the name of one party will suffice. It should work for any word or phrase.
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