As you can tell by the look and feel of this blog, something is quite different on Silvrback. Well, we're pretty excited about that!
Really. And we think many of you will be as well. Ok, I'll calm down a bit here.
As I'd discussed here a few weeks ago, in addition to Markdown, we've been developing a . . .
In case you thought we were sleeping after the turn of the new year, this little note is to assure you that we have not. And the more important reason for the note is to tell you what has happened (in case you didn't notice) and what is about to happen.
First, we upgraded the options you have to manage your subscriber list, . . .
It is clear that tech bloggers had a great year on the Silvrback platform, garnering the top five single-day page views for 2015.
The top five blog posts for the year, based on single-day page views in Google Analytics, were all from tech bloggers. The single-day record for the site was smashed in December when nearly 57,000 views were . . .
We've just brought live a couple of nifty changes to the advanced article settings popup you can access when you click that grey cog at the bottom right-hand side of your article pages. One change is an upgrade of the existing tagging function and the second is a new capability which allows you to suggest additional articles . . .
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Just added Stack Overflow as a social media option today. You can setup the option through the blog setup menu from your account controls and basic blog setup menu.
This suggestion was from new trial user, Elliot. Thanks Elliot!
This reminds me that we have gotten a lot of great suggestions from new and veteran users, many . . .
Posted in: social media
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 . . .
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 . . .