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15 years of covering the soaps: The designs
Posted Wednesday, March 17, 2010 12:17:06 PM
On March 23, 2010, the soapcentral.com site marks its 15th anniversary. As part of our celebration of the milestone, we're offering you a look back at how the site has changed during that time.
For 15 years, soapcentral.com has been providing the latest news, daily recaps, storyline previews (you may call them spoilers or scoop), and information about all your favorite daytime drama series. Yes, there were a few more soaps back in 1995, but our committment to covering the soaps hasn't lessened. In fact, we're more passionate about the soaps than ever.


As we move forward, we wanted to share with you some of our "home movies" and photographs -- or at least the Internet version of that. Since some of you were not yet on the 'net when we made out debut, here's a look back at some of the designs that we've had over the years. Keep in mind that the Internet was not very advanced back in 1995. Face where? Streaming who? Twitter what?


For more flashback fun, be sure to walk down memory lane with our The Logos of soapcentral.com feature, a look at the various logos that we've used over the years.


2003-2006
This design relied heavily on the color-coding that is still in place on the site today. Giving each soap its own color offered readers the chance to know what soap a story was about with just a quick glance.



To check out more of soapcentral.com's past designs, select from one of the following:
2010 | 2008-2010 | 2006-2008 | 2003-2006 | 2001-2003 | 1999-2001 | 1998-1999 | 1996-1998


Photo: Dan J Kroll/soapcentral.com



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