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Articles in date order, or with date next to title?

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  • Started 8 years ago by Antman
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Antman
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Sorry if someone has mentioned this already.

Where you have the articles listed in the Firefox section, for example, I'd like to know what the most recent Firefox article was, and not have to search them alphabetically to see if I missed one or something. Would that be possible?

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Lighthouse
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By articles. Do you mean bookmarks?

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jd2066
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I would guess it's the page http://www.howtogeek.com/tag/internet/ which lists how-to articles about Firefox.

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Lighthouse
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Ah. I understand. thankyou jd

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Antman
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Yeah jd, that page. I'm sure the articles used to be listed in order of when they were first posted.

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The Geek
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It's been quite a long time since the articles were in order... I've been meaning to finish redesigning those pages, I really badly need to reorganize a few different sections of the site.

Your best bet is always to go to the HowTos page, cause it has the last month's worth of articles on it.

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