Originally published: August 12, 2011
Last updated: August 12, 2011 - 4:50pm
Netflix has started to test a separate section for children’s content on its website with a user interface that is optimized to be used by kids themselves. Select Netflix members have been getting a new tab labeled “Just For Kids” in the main menu of the Netflix website that takes them to the section, but the page has been inaccessible for others. The first visible difference between the new kids section and you average genre page on Netflix is a horizontal scroll bar that displays various kids characters from Hello Kitty to Shaun the Sheep.
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