Earlier this year, we pointed out on our previous post about Bohol News Sites on how they are lagging behind web standards. Last week though, we saw some quite improvements on Bohol Chronicle and The Bohol Sunday Post.
The Bohol Chronicle homepage is now cleaner with less ads and a jump button back to the top page. Still no feed though and I’m not quite sure if there’s an archive for previous posts.
A couple of good improvements are on sharing and discussing of articles. The site uses Facebook’s comment platform. Users must logged in to Facebook in order to comment.
The Bohol Sunday Post website is still under construction, but we see it is using a grid-based design. Both sites are powered by Bohol-Island and designed by Ajotm. This is a good move indeed on both sites and a good improvement, yet, there are still a lot of grounds to cover if they are going to adhere to web standards.