Facebook Changes Ad Ratings, Changes Extends Top Bar


by Stan Schroeder (On MASHABLE)

Facebook (Facebook) has introduced two minor changes to its interface today. They’ve changed the blue bar on top of the page; furthermore, they’ve slightly altered the way ad ratings work.

Before, you had little thumbs up/down icons below every advertisement. Now, Facebook has simply added you the option to “like” the ad (below) or to turn it off via an “x” at the top right corner. It’s not groundbreaking by any means, but it does make the page a little less cluttered.

The other change is very straightforward: the blue bar on the top, one of Facebook’s most recognizable elements, now extends throughout the entire width of the page. I’ll probably get used to it soon, but for some reason I liked the old version more.

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