As much as we love highlighting Australia’s major yearly events, here at Bing Australia we get just as much of a kick out of showcasing the country’s lesser known activities and today’s homepage is the perfect example!
Rest assured, we haven’t gone barking mad but we are excited to bring you today’s homepage dedicated to the NSW Working Stock Dog championships held at Cobark. On the homepage you’ll find plenty of information about our canine friends not to mention the town of Cobark itself.
Today, we’ll also take an opportunity to answer a common question amongst the excellent feedback we receive from you all. Many of you appreciate our homepage images, and we thank you for your ongoing support, but some of you are left wondering how to find out where the image was taken and what it’s of. All you have to do is hover your cursor over the small © in the bottom-right hand corner of the homepage image. It’s here you’ll also find the image source, and quite often, the photographer. Also, if you’re wondering what purpose the arrows in the bottom right-hand corner serve, they allow you to toggle through the past week of images – all to ensure you don’t miss a thing!
For those who don’t know how to offer feedback to Bing Australia, just click on the orange ‘Feedback’ link in the bottom right-hand corner of the Bing Australia homepage.
Where to find the homepage image information and where to go to offer feedback are highlighted below:
Going forward, we’ll endeavor to showcase more of Australia’s unique experiences, events and landmarks!
Coming soon to the Bing Australia homepage:
The Tour de France soon commences for the 97th time. Bing Australia will be running a homepage (June 5th) that is sure to get everyone pedaling for a record number of Australian riders that includes world champion Cadel Evans.