Last year we announced all Fusion Media Group sites would soon be publishing on Kinja. The migration process started with The Root in January, Splinter in March, and our most recent migration being The A.V. Club less than two months ago. Now we’re back to report that we’ve added another site to our platform. Today…
A big hello from the team here at Kinja. We have a few updates to share and a few introductions to make.
The tech team is introducing some changes in the editor to simplify insets. By simplifying this workflow, we can lay a better development foundation to build upon as well as make the experience of using insets more straightforward.
The Tech team is releasing an updated Blog Settings feature, which will allow users to manage all of their blogs and their respective settings in one place. The Blog Settings items, previously contained in separate tabs within a modal, will be extracted as individual tabs within the Manage Blog page. Specifically,…
As part of our Thanksgiving hack week, one of our engineers, Ashton Galloway, experimented with adding a Pinterest share button to Kinja.
We are excited to announce the launch of our redesigned editor!
When we kicked off the new left rail project earlier this year, we had two main objectives.
If you're a reader of the Gawker Media properties, you're likely aware of the problem we've been having with graphic content.
Many of you wanted more big images. Now you have the power to have as many big images as you want.
We're constantly working to enrich the sidebars across Kinja. Today, we rolled out an enhanced version of the sidebar on permalinks.
Over the past six months, there have been two consistent user requests: the ability to add custom logos to their blogs and a way to keep their replies from overwhelming the posts on their blog. *
Today, we're continuing the roll out of text annotation, a feature that has been live on Jalopnik and this blog for the past few months.
Today is the official launch of the new front page of Kinja, a showcase for the best content from Gawker Media and the Kinja network—and a hint of what's to come for the rest of the platform.