Last updated on 2020/09/15
by Gasper Vozel
Our old blog status was a bit tricky to understand. It was confusing for our users and because of it, we’ve been working for a while on the new blog status in order to solve this problem. One of the problems with the old blog status was the “Up” status.
A few months ago we’ve made some minor changes to the UI (see: EBN UI changes on Blog List and Activity) but we weren’t happy with the overall look and feel of the EBN App. So we put our heads together and came up with a completely new design. We wanted to change several elements..
Blog transfers are one of the pain points that have been on our radar for quite some time and our goal is to completely automate them. Until now blog transfers were done semi-automated. You sent us the necessary data in the spreadsheet and we took it from there. Our EBN Clone plugin helped us with..
We are introducing more changes to the UI. This time we have touched the Settings page. We felt that there is too much information on one page so our main goal was to divide those settings into more logical sections. Now, instead of having just one “Settings” page, we have three pages: Account Settings Billing..
A few days ago we’ve pushed some UI changes to the Easy Blog Networks app. The goal of these changes was to polish the existing interface and to remove elements which we feel aren’t needed. To avoid any unnecessary confusion, we will review those changes one by one and explain our thought process behind it.
For the last 6 months, we’ve been working hard on making EBN source code as easy to maintain as possible. The majority of EBN is written in Python and as some of you know the End of Life for Python 2.7 has been set to 2020 (ref). I’m happy to announce that we’ve already rewritten..