Just a short note to let you know of a couple of additions to the Silvrback tool kit you may not have noticed.
First, for coders, we've just posted the embed instructions for JSFiddle in the FAQ. Try it out and let us know if it's not up to the task.
Second, we've added another option to the share function located at . . .
Mathjax Now Live
We've just brought Mathjax online for math and engineering writers who require access to math symbols for their blogs. Some adjustments were required to make the coding interface acceptably with Markdown syntax, but we think we have a working feature here. We'd like to see more of you testing the feature to see how this . . .
We're more than a little excited to announce that we've just released for testing a new Github support feature. This feature will allow users to upload Github articles directly to their Silvrback accounts via Silvrback's Github repository.
Here are the details you need in order to give this a whirl. In your . . .
One more option has been introduced in the social media area. You now have the option to display the social media/contact info line at the bottom of your blog. While previously it was a default function in the theme template, now you must explicitly choose to have it display there.
To make this decision, you will need to go to your . . .
You will have probably noticed by now some changes taking place on your blog in terms of social media accessibility. As of this writing, we're stilling rolling these upgrades out, but the end result should be that you and your readers will have easier access to your social media presence from your site and . . .
Hey, Github users,
Below are the instructions for dropping a github gist embed into your Silvrback article. They will be added to the FAQ, as well.
Place the gist embed id number inside the double brackets illustrated below. Place this code on a separate line in your article.
In the following URL - . . .
Since acquiring Silvrback in August, we've set out to improve existing functions and processes while bringing on new capabilities. Our approach has been to bring online a steady stream of more-or-less monthly upgrades as opposed to a single, large X.0-type launch once each year or so. If you didn't get a chance to . . .