Can you please go back to the old format lay out?
I know Im just one person....But, I hate the new layout, so hard to find normal articles I normally always read.Agggggg
Thank you for your feedback. I’m sorry to hear you aren’t enjoying the new layout, which increased the number of stories featured on the home page.
One goal was to make it easier for readers to find a more diverse range of stories, as we’d received complaints that some of our topics were hard to find, and – by adding a nav bar and labels at the top of every story – we are hoping it will now be easier to navigate to your preferred topics or to scan for them on the home page.
We appreciate your input and will pass it – along with all of the comments here – to our design team as we continue to evolve our site. Thanks again!
I would like to donate at less than monthly and less than the yearly donation but I cannot see a way to donate online or a contact address for mailed donations.
Get rid of the drop-downs. Horribly irritating.
Updates to comments have always had shaky rollouts. It's as if you guys don't know how to do thorough testing.
On my Mac, I can sign-in with Safari, but cannot input anything. In Chrome, I can no longer sign-in.
Needs repairs all around!
Cathy Michiels commented
Make it easy to reapply
And make it WORK!
Ken Brodzinski commented
How about going back several weeks and undoing all the changes you have made. The incessant advertising, shifting screens and pop-up ads have me pretty close to abandoning Huffington for good. It is beyond obnoxious. I already have one foot out the door . . . .
... Add to the inability to log in properly ... now (see here) I get logged in as "anonymous" even though I have logged in ... Log into Huffpost and I see my nickname and pic.
Log in from a Huffpost page and my name comes up with a different pic and telling me I have never commented ... the next time my nickname and my nickname's picture shows up ... something is wrong.
I understand why the libtards couldnt count the votes in Iowa.Your web site is about like Chinese arithmetic
Your news site has sunk so low it is terrible. It used to be great but not anymore. The worst is all the pop up ads and videos. One literally cannot read an article because the ads block the words. Also, what is with all these "agony" pieces. Articles like "i didn't shave for three days and this is what happened" are sooooooooooo stupid. No one cares. We want news not nonsense.
You mentioned, "one goal was to make it easier for readers to find a more diverse range of stories"
If I want to read about a centerfold playboy models life in her 60s, I would visit a different website. (2/4/20 front page story)
I used to visit Huffpo to get news and read political stories that would excite. Activism against Iraq war and aftermath on this website led us to Obama.
I am afraid to say, this website has become a joke.
Keep things simple.
1- Dedicate front page to American politics. what stunt Trump is pulling and how it will effect middle class.
2- Then Report objectively what these democrat candidates are doing to provide alternative.
I am getting so tired of how out of focus this site has become. Silly personal stories and unrelated political stories. This website was an alternative to Foxnews and helped elect Obama.
Compared to how targeted and focused Breitbart is, Huffpo is a JOKE. There is literally no alternative website for democrats with the same kind of fire that Breitbart has. Please bring back the old Huffingtonpost, change the format and focus on American Politics. Do what needs to be done to win American middle class. Have a lifestyle section somewhere if you are really trying to appease to everyone. For example, today's story after few scroll downs, "At 65, I Just Posed For Playboy 40 Years After My Centerfold And I Couldn’t Be Prouder"
Are you kidding me? Is this the best you have to cover when Presidency and future of America is at stake? GET A CLUE PLEASE or it will be too late.
Fix your ******** stupid website design, I don't need to watch a face talk to me to want to listen to what they are saying, ******** and the idea that i need to keep the video in focus
You sent me an email that asked me to reply to you. But, your reply message is not working and I am unable to respond to you as asked for in the email I received. That is no great surprise as far as the "Huffington Post" has evolved into something that seems similar to "National Enquirer". This is what I said in my reply;
Did this really address my concerns about journalistic quality in writing? No, it did not. One question would be your repeating an article with no new information and just a different title? Putting a video at the top of an article that has nothing to do with the article? Having videos that have nothing to do with the article autoplay? Having any video autoplay? Not letting me sign onto comments? I started to look at the HuffPost (Huffington Post) because it was newsworthy, times have changed in your name and content.
Peter Norback commented
A couple of things, you should create a design that is exactly the same as what is out there but only different. If you have some older designers on your team, they will explain. Also, I have read the Huffington Post from the beginning because I loved your news with an attitude. "Here are the facts, but what the **** are you doing." That seems to be fading now.
New format is terrible
I wish you would go back to how things were when you could add friends and post on a main feed.
At least change the fonts of the headlines. It's awful.
I agree. I used to always check out the Food and Living sections. Now I avoid them like the plague as they are just awful to look at.
This design is crazy even more so on the mobile app. Just look here what I'm talking about. The top and bottom menu takes about 50% of the display. Barely can read articles. Ridiculous design. This is 8 inxh tablet. Not everybody using 12 inch tablets these days, I guess your primary demographics according to the layout design. Screenshot here...... https://i.imgur.com/7xyfPKa.jpg
New format sucks, going back to CNN