FBI site urges visitors to turn to Page Two

FBI site urges visitors to turn to Page Two

Visitors to the FBI's Web site can read in-depth articles on the bureau and other topics in a new feature called Page Two.

The concept for www.fbi.gov/page2/page2.htm came up in January when bureau managers realized the need to provide more information and easier access to news that had been buried on the Web site, said Waldo Persteins, an FBI public affairs specialist.

In April, a 10-member team of editorial and technical experts started working with Adobe Photoshop 5.5 and 6.0 and Macromedia Dreamweaver 3 to create Page Two.

The bureau updates the section every two weeks, Persteins said. So far, Page Two has been getting 1,300 hits a day.

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