MySpace design lets users personalise profile pages
Social networking site MySpace is allowing users to personalise their profile pages with new layouts and celebrity, sports and film themes.
As part of its ongoing global site redesign, the new Profile 2.0 options include a drag-and-drop user interface so MySpace users can alter their profile by dragging and dropping modules like comments or friends into any location to create new profile layouts.
The new site also enables users to control information on their profile so that only specific friend categories can see it. A user may choose to share specific profile modules like their calendar with their classmates and share their previous companies with co-workers or any other group of their choosing.
MySpace has also created 50 new profile styles and themes giving users flexibility to revamp their profiles with popular celebrities, fashion designers, films, musicians and sports figures.
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