A technical glitch in the redesigned Wall Street Journal
Web site has hampered access for some customers. The site suspended a front-page customization feature while technicians worked on the problem, which was corrected Monday afternoon, according to The Associated Press.
The site relaunched Saturday morning, but site administrators learned of the glitch Monday morning as customers trying to log in began complaining. The problem's origin was unknown due to the number of new elements on the site coming live at the same time, including new servers and software, according to the AP.