McKnights.com sports new look

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Not content to rest on its laurels, the award-winning McKnights.com has been significantly upgraded.

More highly powered navigation and archive-search abilities, as well as enhanced use of photos, are among the many improvements that began appearing last month.

“The cleaner presentation and enhanced visuals are probably the first things you'll notice,” said McKnight's Editorial Director John O'Connor. “But it probably won't be long before your eye will catch that you can now also always see your favorite bloggers on the home page.” Improvements to the navigation bar and searchability functions also are highlights.

McKnights.com earned a Grand Award earlier this year from the APEX Awards committee and also won Gold as “Best Senior Living Industry Resource” in the Best of the Web contest sponsored by SeniorHomes.com


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