Faster, Cleaner, Searchier: New LinuxToday.com Debuts Today
While I could talk all day about more humanistic typefaces and faster page load speeds, you want to know what’s changed. Of course, we’re still dedicated to publishing news, reviews, and How To’s from across the Linux landscape. And our new WordPress install (and you) will make it all possible.
Linux Today Readers
Not a lot will change. We’ll still publish multiple stories every day. The new backend makes writing, processing, and posting much faster than our previous setup. LinuxToday’s Search Function is faster. Pages load more quickly. And finally, responsive design ensures that the stories stay readable no matter the screen size.
Linux Today Contributors
Linux Today relies on the work of dozens of Linux journalists and enthusiasts from around the world. For our tireless contributors, we’ve created a more streamlined contribution procedure. On the whole, it should feel familiar.
Five fields and you’re done. We’ve provided a simple text editor, and WordPress does a much better job of handling special characters and any formatting you choose to use. Once you’ve submitted a story, Linux Today’s editorial staff will review, make any small edits needed, and approve your story to post.
We’re excited about this updated approach to Linux Today. We hope you are too. Questions? Concerns? If you have any questions at all, contact us at email@example.com. And of course, please share your Linux news with us. Today.
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Source: Linux Today