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Reader friendly versions of posts are now available

Thanks to the tips over at Digital Inspiration, I’ve created a reader-friendly link at the top of every post, where the tags, categories, and comment counts are:

Go ahead, click on it!

The link appears only when you are reading the individual post, not when you’re looking at the blog page with all posts included. So click on the post’s title, thus opening the post in a new page, then you’ll see the “Reader-Friendly” link. Clicking on that link will open up a “reader-friendly” version of the blog post:


It takes away the sidebars, headers, and footers. It also makes the background a nice sepia color to be easy on the eyes. This format is great for smartphone or tablet reading. Of course, you can also open it in your computer browser and read.

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René F. Najera, DrPH

I'm a Doctor of Public Health, having studied at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
All opinions are my own and in no way represent anyone else or any of the organizations for which I work.
About History of Vaccines: I am the editor of the History of Vaccines site, a project of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Please read the About page on the site for more information.
About Epidemiological: I am the sole contributor to Epidemiological, my personal blog to discuss all sorts of issues. It also has an About page you should check out.

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