Check out's new homepage


Check out's new homepage

James Garner

Eighteen months after we relaunched, we have refreshed our homepage to share more of our sparkling content with you.

We have added new features, such as our Twitter feed, and created more space for the content we know you like, such as photo stories and videos.

So here's what we've changed:

   1. As well as latest news and most popular stories, we have also added tabs for the latest comments, latest whitepapers and IT jobs. These tabs are in the big widget in the centre of the homepage just below the latest four big news strories.

   2. In the editor's choice area, we've thankfully removed my horrible visog, and have devoted more space to photo stories, videos and's competitions.

   3. Below this block is the new Twitterfeed that shows the latest from our growing community of Twitter followers.

   4. We have also added a new widget that allows you to check average national IT salaries with a couple of easy steps - a useful tool to ensure your salary is in line or to check a salary enquiry from one of your employees.


Over the next few months we'll be adding yet more changes to ComputerWeekly as we develop our online community for IT professionals, so we'll keep you posted on our new features as we add them. 

Currently, you'll notice a bit of a jump in styles between the homepage, the channel homepages and the article pages. We hope this isn't too jarring - we'll be migrating all page types to our new platform during the rest of this year.

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