Welcome to the New 'GMA' Homepage!

The "Good Morning America" Web site gets a fresh design makeover.

ByABC News via GMA logo
October 26, 2009, 9:52 AM

Oct. 29, 2009 — -- This week "GMA" introduces a fresh design of its Web site on ABCNews.com, with a brand-new video player, new sections on Family & Parenting, Healthy Living, Your Money, Entertainment, and Pets, new anchor pages and a cleaner, more organized design.

The new layout complements existing sections on Recipes, Books, and our headline-making season Concert Series.

The redesign provides a navigation bar at the top of the page, a new, widescreen video player and a more streamlined, organized user experience.

Missed the show? Catch "Good Morning America" segments around the clock in our new widescreen video player on ABCNews.com/GMA. Or watch some of our Web-only features like "GMA's the Show You Missed" with Chris Cuomo, "GMA's" Green Room Buzz, slideshows, resources, tips and expert advice, and extended versions of exclusive and major newsmaker interviews.

The site is a digital extension of the Emmy-winning morning broadcast and a trusted companion throughout the day. It's growing every day, having seen an explosive growth in page views and unique visitors to the "GMA" site on ABCNews.com in the past year.

Click on this link to tell us what you think about "GMA's" new Homepage!

In Your Money, you'll find all the expert advice, tips and news you need to manage your money and your career. Workplace correspondent Tory Johnson's "GMA" Job Club section is a one-stop shop to finding and securing the best jobs. Personal finance guru Mellody Hobson offers the best financial advice around, and consumer correspondent Elisabeth Leamy helps you sidestep scams and get the best bang for your buck in the marketplace.