DAILY DOT COM - Fox10TV.com has a new look! Consider this your tutorial.
The first thing you'll notice, when you log onto the site, is a cleaner, more modern design.
The simplified navigation bar is also one of the many improvements. It stays on screen, so users don't have to scroll all the way back to the to the top to access it.
Hover over any of the labels in the navigation bar that have arrows besides them, and you can get to all the sections you're looking for.
For example, links to text alerts, or access to the live-stream (which works 24/7) are available under the "more" section...while links to current conditions, the forecast, radar, and satellite appear under "weather".
Speaking of weather, our radar has images for the entire area, from Mississippi to the Florida Panhandle.
The interactive radar lets users zoom in to where they are, so they know what's going on at that moment, when severe weather strikes. And weather alerts from the National Weather Service, and area closings will automatically appear as they happen.
On the right-hand side of the homepage Fox10News has added a "Most popular" stories section. This is where you'll find all the stories that has most people talking.
If you find a story that interest you and you want to share it, it's much easier now! Social sharing buttons can be found at the top of each story page including, Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.
And because Fox10News wants you to join the conversation, the website makes it really easy for viewers to
contact the newsroom with a link to "ReportIt" right in the navigation bar.
The ReportIt feature allows viewers to send in their pictures and videos when they see news happen.
All of the changes were made with Fox10News viewers in mind. Although there are several new features, some things haven't changed, like the breaking news, weather and in-depth coverage users have come to expect when using Fox10Tv.com.
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