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49ers.com finally gets it right

Jun 1, 2006 at 7:36 AM--


49ers.com redesigned their site over a month ago. It opened to poor reviews. Many criticized it for the site's functionality. The team has obviously listened to the fans.

49ers.com has been redesigned once again. This time, they may have gotten it right. The majority of the important content is now centrally located on the main page of the site and you no longer have to wait for a flash intro to finish in order to access the news. The official site of the San Francisco 49ers may have finally done it right.

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