Problems Crop Up with The Queen’s New Website

  February 17, 2009 at 9:58 pm by

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There are some glitches in the new website of HM The Queen and the British royal family.

Users have complained that the dates for official engagements listed in the royal diary are often inaccurate and that the page is difficult to navigate.

The site is also incompatible with systems like Linux, and it is not optimized for search engines like Google, which makes it difficult for potential visitors to find.

The website was recently overhauled in an attempt to make it more user-friendly. The design was changed, and several new features were added, including a Google-map-style tracker that allows visitors to follow the official engagements of various senior royals. The redesigned site also features new content that was not included on the old site: photos of the royal family, historical documents, and more video material.

The Queen launched the new site on February 12 at Buckingham Palace.

For more on The Queen’s website and her other technological involvements, visit this thread.

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