Recently we've been getting some help from Fly with our server infrastructure and we're big fans. They have written up a case study about working with us and it's an interesting read.
We are getting quite close to releasing themes for Posthaven. We have all sites running on our new theming engine and now need to finish up the new themes we are working on to make theming useful for everyone.
If you are among our more technical users (i.e. you know your way around the command line and know HTML and CSS), and would like to try building your own Posthaven theme get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you started.
We're still hard at work getting themes ready for Posthaven sites, but in the meantime we've added a way to change the look and feel of your site for advanced users. If you know CSS you can now add CSS code to all the pages on your site. Find it on the Advanced tab in your site's settings on the dashboard:
A quick note about a small feature I just deployed: now on the dashboard when you edit your Posthaven profile you can upload a picture to go along with your name and bio.
Right now these show up below your bio in the sidebar on your site.
We're happy to announce Posthaven now supports multiple contributors per blog.
On your Posthaven dashboard in the settings for your site you will now find a "Contributors" tab where you can add and manage contributors. The owner of each email you add will be able create new posts on your site via email right away. They will also have the option to create a free contributor-only Posthaven account so that they can post via the web and edit their posts on your site.
Contributors who create an account and add a name to their profile will be listed on your blog and have their posts attributed to them. See this in action on our blog and on this post.
Let us know what you think at email@example.com.