Changing site designs isn’t that uncommon, but with a site as popular as eBay, it poses its own challenge: any alteration will make scam-aware surfers suspect the site’s a fraud. Hence the site is giving advance notice and a bunch of promotion for what’s a relatively minor change: a reordering of categories at the top of its pages and slight changes to how its menus function. Hit the eBay announcement board for full details. [eBay]
eBay Tweaks Page Design, Fears Scammers
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