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Link Parties with No End

 

Ever wanted to run a link party that has no specific end? Say, like a gallery of your readers’ talents or a curated visual list of your loved posts? Well now you can.

InLinkz now enables the option to have never-ending linkups, which in effect, remove the end date and let those blog parties run indefinitely.

This opens a window to a multitude of applications including using the linkup as a common gallery, as a notepad where each user can add their ideas in visual form. This works like a powerful magnet that will bring more people to your blog party.

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We’ll be adding some more stuff to support the thumbnail linkups in the very near future so stay tuned!

 

In order to create a never-ending linkup, you just need to select the appropriate check box in the editing form:

Never ending link parties!!

Figure 1 – Just select the checkbox to instantly turn a linkup into a never ending party!

 

Then, just save your changes & you’re done. You will also notice that the wording on the widgets has now changed:

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Figure 2 – The wording in the widgets reflects the status

 

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Note: the never-ending option is only available to Extended accounts. Extend your account here

 

New description editor

On a side note, we updated the description editor a bit. It is more friendly & way more smart than the old one. It will check your HTML if you have inserted any, & let you know if something is wrong with it!

Edit your inlinkz link parties description easily

Figure 3 – The new Description editor and the editor selection menu

Moreover, you can choose to disable it (2) & insert plain text that will match your blog layout. Why is that? Because if plain text is entered in the blog, it inherits the default style of your blog & it seems like it is just a part of it! Try it!

 

 

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