As the Boulder Jewish News continues to evolve, we will occasionally highlight new or updated elements. Today, a walk-through of the site footer and one of the sidebar elements.

Feeds, Tabs and News

As the Boulder Jewish News continues to evolve, we will occasionally highlight new elements.  If you haven’t scrolled down to the “footer,” please take a moment to have a look.

The “footer” of the site has a blue background and contains 4 columns of information, all of which is automatically populated.  This section contains “feeds” from other sources – from news and blog sites, in Boulder and elsewhere. Any Jewish community organization in the Boulder area with feedable/syndicated content is included in this section. The feeds are grouped into categories similar to the “Find” tab: Community Groups, Education and Youth, and Local Rabbi Blogs. “Outside the Bubble” is a collection of sites that often have interesting content (we like reading them, we hope you will too). If you have a suggestion for a site to include, or if an organization you are involved with has added a syndication feed, please let us know (you can comment on this article).  Some of these refresh on a daily basis – check back often!

You can also see the BJN headline widget in the footer – this is the same information now seen on several other organization websites in Boulder. If you would like to include the headline widget on your site, contact us to learn how!

You’ve probably noted that the sidebar includes a variety of ads. It also contains quick links – in a square section with 4 tab headings:  Find, Newsy, Authors, Holidays.

Click on any tab to see an automatically refreshed list of links.  “Newsy” includes links to articles of note. “Authors” brings a list of all the writers who have contributed to Boulder Jewish News by authoring a post. Click on any name, and you’ll get an archive of their articles. “Holidays” is a work-in-progress (at least as we go through the first year).  It brings up a page that has the articles posted on Boulder Jewish News (related to a specific holiday) as well as links to other sources around the web.

Have suggestions for other elements to include? Let us hear from you!

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