DCP Online improved layout

To make DCP Online as user friendly as possible we have made two key improvements to the layout.

Firstly, we have aligned and standardised the layout of the DCP Online main text by bringing all the section numbers to the left.

Secondly, after a search is carried out in DCP Online the results screen will now show the number of occurrences of your search term alongside each result. Each result will also highlight your search term within the DCP section. A breadcrumb trail will also show where your search result lies within the broader DCP chapter. This useful feature contexts your search result; also all the DCP chapter headings are hyperlinked.

You can also customise the number of results displayed on the page. Important: Don’t forgot to use the ‘results list’ and ‘content’ buttons (at the top of the main text) to switch between your results list and content pages.

These changes mean DCP Online is easier to read and with the new features on the results page you can personalise your search to suit your needs. To review the results page features mentioned above click here for the user guide.

To fully utilise all these new enhancements, we recommend for DCP Online you use Internet Explorer version 9 or Firefox version 12. Previous versions may not display all items as intended, so we advise that you keep your search browser up-to-date.
If you would like to receive training on how to use these improved functions call 01452 835 820 or email dcs@haymarket.com

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