MADISON, Wis. (4/2/13)--The Credit Union National Association has added enhancements to several popular functions for News Now
readers on CUNA's new, improved website at cuna.org. These are in addition to the changes introduced last month when the redesigned website launched with a variety of new features.
Some readers have reported display issues on their computers, and these are an easy fix, said CUNA's Web Services staff. Display issues resulted from two situations, said Integrations Analyst Joseph Harvey: Outdated browsers or a "compatibility mode" setting. To ensure your displays read correctly:
Have Internet Explorer (IE) 8 or above as your browser. If you have IE 7 or below, you will need to update your browser by going to the Microsoft website and following the instructions.
If you are still having problems, your IE may have been set for "compatability mode," which does not work as well on newer versions. Check your address bar. If the icon that displays as a piece of paper being ripped in half is lit up, the browser's "compatibility mode" is on, and you should turn it off. Use the link for more information.
Now, when readers click into News Now
either from headlines on the home page, the Stay Informed button, or from News Now's daily e-mailed headlines, they will:
Have access to the day's full issue in a single click by using the red "Full Issue" button on the menu at the left. Readers also can print the entire issue from this button. They also can continue printing individual stories or sections of stories.
Be able to subscribe to News Now's free daily e-mail headlines or to its RSS feed by using the "subscribe" and "RSS" buttons at the top right corner of the page, just under the gray tool bar.
See new labels for expanding the view of a story from headline and brief summary to the complete story. "View Full Section" now provides a full view of each story in the section, while "Section Story List" offers the list of stories in that section at a glance.
See an expanded headline lineup in the News Now's e-mail version, with links to each story as well as a link to the overall headlines page on the site.
Read up-to-the-minute tweets on LiveWire, both on the home page, and in the right hand column of each News Now page.
CUNA is also working to improve News Now's Archives Section and issues with some links. Watch for future developments in the Archives section, as well as in other areas of the site. Readers can provide feedback by contacting email@example.com