The changes to wsj.com will include a new layout, improved navigation and expanded content available for all users. New features will also be available only to the siteâs more than 1 million subscribers, including Journal Community, a new management section and expanded Whatâs News and Heard on the Street content.
âThe redesign is a crucial moment in the e-evolution of The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones,â said Robert Thomson, managing editor of The Wall Street Journal and editor in chief of Dow Jones & Co.
With the new design, those elements of wsj.com available only to subscribers are clearly marked with a âkeyâ icon, though nonsubscribers will be able to access a preview of the content. Several content areasâincluding politics, general news, sports, travel, fashion, personal finance, food and drink, Journal Womenâas well as all blogs, video, photos, podcasts, interactive graphics and content from the recently launched WSJ. glossy magazine remain free to all users.