by pieterh on 16 Jul 2009 14:20

Some people have asked how we choose which sites to display on that annoying but actually very useful bottom toolbar. If you want to know how useful, go to your web statistics and check traffic over the last day. You'll see a hundred or so extra visitors each day.

by pieterh on 16 Jul 2009 10:14

Yesterday we launched the new toolbars for free sites, to a mixed reaction. Today we'll be pushing out a thinner top toolbar as suggested by many of you, and looking at reducing the size of the bottom toolbar as well.

by pieterh on 15 Jul 2009 13:38

If you're getting display problems with the new toolbars (top or bottom) on your custom CSS layout, tell us about it here and we will help you fix them immediately. Post the web site address, and a short description of the problem, thanks. We'll monitor this thread and respond as rapidly as possible.

by pieterh on 15 Jul 2009 10:57

Today we're rolling out a new release of Wikidot, aimed at reinforcing the Wikidot Community and making it clearer what you get when you upgrade to a pro account.

by pieterh on 14 Jul 2009 09:56

Tuesday is Rant Day, the best day of the week for complaining. It's a little known fact that the name comes from the old word Tīwesdæg, the day of the Nordish god Tīwes, who was famous for ranting. And also for waging war, perhaps because he was so angry at not being able to search his forums.

by pieterh on 10 Jul 2009 17:09

I've been playing with CSS, with Squark's help, and have built a small pop-out syntax help that works when editing a page. This solves a long standing problem I have: Wikidot's syntax is sometimes hard to remember and I find myself clicking on 'wiki syntax description' to remember things like how [[image]] works.

by pieterh on 10 Jul 2009 15:16

Just wanted to remind everyone that we distribute an open source version of Wikidot, at Piotr Gabryjeluk (Gabrys) is the maintainer of this great package of software.