Today, we started beta testing a new editor, launching in-full on Kinja in the coming weeks. On the surface you'll notice it's cleaner, lighter feeling and a bit faster. Underneath the hood, though, it's a completely new editor.
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Today, we began rolling out a new version of the mobile and tablet editor (the form you use to write and submit posts and replies). Right now it's available on one of our community sites, OppositeLock, and will be rolling out Kinja-wide in the next one to two weeks.
Now you can embed instagram!
We fixed an issue where front pages were loading with several pages of blank space between posts and ads on iPads.
We made some updates to post pages to clear out the content area which will allow us to improve discussion features down he road. Here are the updates:
Ever wonder which stories are most popular on a site?
Here's a reference post to demonstrate different formatting options. Let's dive in! (The first paragraph of text will automatically be displayed with a larger font.)
Latest and Recommended links have been removed from the top bar. Also, you'll see Latest by default whenever you visit the home page. You can still see Recommended by going to site.com/recommended.
We just rolled out a few more improvements to the top bar on Gawker Media sites (Gawker, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, etc).
Infinite scrolling pages are great - you can browse through a river of stories very quickly. But one of hassles with infinitely scrolling pages is losing your place when you click back from a specific story. On many sites, you end up back at the top of the page. You have to do a ton of scrolling to get back to where…
Today, we made several design improvements to homepages (both "Latest" and "Recommended" views) as well as tagpages. Here's what was updated:
We launched a new feature today on Jalopnik (and this blog) called Text Annotation.
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Here's another preview of an upcoming feature we're working on!
We're testing out a new feature called Text Annotation on a select number of posts. Sometimes you want to respond to a specific part of a story or maybe you want to refute someone point by point. Text annotation allows you to do this by discussing a specific paragraph or section of a post as opposed to the post as a…
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