[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/06/07/art.hrcboweb0607.hrc.jpg caption="Sen. Clinton's campaign Web site took on a new look Saturday as she endorsed Sen. Barack Obama."]
WASHINGTON (CNN) – In concert with her speech Saturday, the banner image across Hillary Clinton’s Web site flipped to “Support Sen. Obama today.”
The site – which has been a central part of Clinton’s fund-raising efforts and a signature part of her speeches – now asks supporters get behind Sen. Barack Obama and “together we can write the next chapter in America’s story.” The box alongside the email sign-up, however, still solicits contributions to her campaign.
Clinton has suspended her presidential campaign. By suspending instead of dropping out, she technically remains a candidate, entitled to keep statewide pledged delegates and district-level delegates.
A video message on the site, posted four days ago, thanks her supporters, telling them: “I could not have made this part of the journey without you,” but makes no mention of the presidential nominee.
Update: Sen. Obama has returned the favor online. The Obama campaign's Web site has been altered to allow visitors to leave messages of thanks for Sen. Clinton. Click here to see this new feature on the Obama site.