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Web page for BLM showcases coal mine

In a clear message about its policy priorities, the Trump administration has updated the home page for the federal agency that oversees public lands to showcase a large photo of an open-pit coal mine in Wyoming.

Trump scrubs climate change from White House website

Environmentalists are criticizing President Donald Trump for quickly changing the White House website Friday to eliminate any mention of global warming. “It’s truly disturbing that one of the first actions by the Trump administration is to remove nearly all references to climate change from the White House website,” said Sam Adams, U.S. director of the World Resources Institute, in a statement.

German companies pull advertising from US website Breitbart

Several large German companies, including carmaker BMW, have pulled their ads from U.S.-based news and opinion website Breitbart due to concerns about its content, following a similar move by cereal maker Kellogg’s.

Russia to block LinkedIn networking site

“LINKED OUT” ran the headline on Russian state television. The U.S.-based website LinkedIn, a social network for business professionals, is going to be blocked in Russia after a court found the company guilty of violating a law on data storage.

Heidi Stevens: Cyberbullies target women … really!

I have astonishment fatigue. Every day this summer, I’m newly and horribly astonished at what we humans dish out to each other. Wednesday it was Leslie Jones’ website being hacked, followed quickly by the reaction to the Leslie Jones website hack.

Redesigned spokesman.com unifies desktop, mobile and print

We’re launching a redesign of our website this week in an effort to make the site more appealing to you in the way it is organized and how it looks. It’s the first major design change since 2008. The website is a critical tool in a newspaper’s daily effort to provide readers with the latest news and information and we are confident that readers will quickly notice stories are easier to find and that photographs are displayed in more visually appealing formats. The number of readers who visit our website or follow us on a mobile device is increasing dramatically each year, so we took great care in developing the new design that preserves the very best of what we do.

Spokane County spending $250,000 to make website user-friendly

Thirteen images line the left side of the Spokane County’s homepage at www.spokanecounty.org. Want to pay your taxes? Click the water-spotted leaf urging you to “Go Green.” In an effort to make tasks such as paying bills and applying for a marriage license more intuitive, county commissioners on Tuesday approved a $250,000 overhaul orchestrated by Civic Plus, a Kansas corporation that has grabbed a big market share in Washington handling government websites. Civic Plus has signed website design contracts with Pierce and Snohomish counties and the city of Liberty Lake in recent years.

Idaho removes Raul Labrador campaign donation link

BOISE – The state of Idaho on Wednesday removed a link to a campaign donation page for GOP Rep. Raul Labrador, saying it was on the state website mistakenly, in place of a link to Labrador’s official congressional website. Daily Kos, a liberal political website, noted the link in an article Wednesday morning, suggesting the state was improperly using its website to drum up donations for Labrador. Less than an hour after Gov. Butch Otter’s office was alerted to the issue by a Spokesman-Review reporter, the link had been changed.

Idaho must rely on feds’ site in first year

The Idaho Legislature will not get its wish for a health insurance exchange website built by and for Idahoans. Not in the first year, anyway. The Legislature’s decision simply came too late.

Web developers upset with free site offer

An offer to set up free business websites has sparked criticism by Spokane Web development companies that say it undercuts their efforts to provide quality commercial Web services. Three Web developers say the promotion – a free website for one year – potentially takes jobs from them and may mislead company owners that the effort is adequate to reach customers.