SEEK AND YE SHALL FIND

December 7, 2010 § Leave a comment

Now that there are more than 200 posts on this blog, I realize that it may not be as easy as it once was to find what you’re looking for.  Here are five ways to search the blog:

  • In the panel to the right is a small window with the word “Search” and a magnifying glass.  Enter a search term there and you will retrieve a selection of posts that might have what you’re looking for.  For example, if you’re looking for “tax effects of alimony,” you could enter “alimony,” or “tax effects,” or even “IRS.”
  • Again in the panel to the right is a drop-down menu that says “Select category,” under the label “Search Older Posts by Category.”  Every substantive post is assigned a subject-matter category, and it can be retrieved by their category grouping.  For example, that alimony post you were looking for above will be under the category “Alimony.”  Grandparent visitation posts will be under “Child Custody,” since visitation is a subset of custody.
  • And again in the panel to the right, you can look at “Older Posts” and search month by month, or scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and you will find boxes with numbers; each numbered page includes 10 posts, and you can search through all the older ones by going back page by page.
  • Finally, you can click on a “Category” or “Tag” in the left column, and that will take you to a page with all posts on other WordPress blogs in the same category or using the same tag. 

If all else fails, ask me and I will try to point you to the post you need.

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