A new look and feel for 6abc.com

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Technology is constantly moving forward, and so is 6abc.com. We've rolled out a new look and feel for our website. (WPVI)

Technology is constantly moving forward, and so is 6abc.com. We've rolled out a new look and feel for our website.

We'd like to introduce you to some of the exciting new features. We hope you'll be as pleased as we are with the updates.



The first thing you'll notice about the new site is its streamlined look.

Clean headlines, large images and a user-friendly layout make it easier than ever to find the big stories, breaking news, sports and AccuWeather you've come to expect from the Action News team.



But there's more. The new site is designed to adjust itself to whatever device you happen to be watching it on.

The new 6abc.com fits your laptop or desktop computer, automatically adjusts to fit your tablet or large mobile device, and adjusts yet again to fit your smart phone. It does this all on its own, providing the same look and feel wherever you are, whatever device you're on.



A brand new feature on the site is something we call 'Map My News.' Click the link and it shows you everywhere news is happening.



Pins show the locations of the stories we have been covering. Click on a pin and a pop-up window provides a link to the full story.



Twitter icons show where members of the Action News team are tweeting from. Click on the icon and a pop-up shows the message.



AccuWeather is here, of course. The site now features larger, more colorful radar images along with your current conditions and the hourly and 7-day forecasts.



You'll also find quick and easy access to videos from Action News through the day, dozens of our ever-popular slideshows, and quick access to our live newscasts and ABC television shows through the 'Watch ABC' link.



These are just some highlights. We invite you to take a few minutes to explore the new site yourself and experience all the new features.

And we thank you for continuing to make 6abc.com the leading choice for news, AccuWeather and sports in the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys.

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