August 22nd, 2011 - Greetings all! Welcome back to another edition of the news! We hope you're keeping cool as we pass through the last few weeks of summer. Hot topics this edition include mobile app and site updates as well as new contest info. Also, a special thank you for your patience as we resolve issues with the Rich Text editor on our Update Journal and entry editing pages.|
We kick things off with a rundown of recent feature additions and updates.
Important things to knowFeatures and Changes
For more information on the changes in this release, please visit lj_releases.
iPad/iPhone app version updates
Journal style contest winners updateThe wait for the winning journal theme styles from our last contest is almost over. The Spring Daze theme (pictured below on the far right) is currently available on the journal style selection page. The other two themes will be available in our next release.
Halloween header design contestThe next header design contest theme is Halloween. The winning header will appear on LiveJournal throughout the second half of October. We'll be accepting submissions for the Halloween header design contest from Monday, August 22nd, through Monday, September 19th over at remixed. Five finalists will be selected by LiveJournal staff members for your review. The winning submission and the finalists will receive 2500 and 1000 tokens respectively. We look forward to seeing your original works! Good luck, artists!
Let the sun shine in!
For news about LJ_Scribe and LJ_Photophile, we'll see you under the cut! ( Read more...Collapse )
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Release notes, iPad/iPhone version update, Contest updates, Free vgift for paid users
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Please pardon the rant, Oldbogus. You just hit a sore spot.
ETA/FYI: The above was angrily ironic, as I DO know the true reasoning behind the automatic removal of line-breaks in Hyper Text Markup Language, but that reasoning is WRONG! The design and designer should always strive to serve the user, not the other way around! And the decease spreads! AAAARGH!