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NibbleBit Staff Blog

Last Updated: 19th December 2018 @ 06:46 pm
UPDATE: Content Warning Screen
Alot of our users have expressed interest in using content warning screens to alert their visitors about the content of their blog.

This is now possible using our content warning screen option.

On the "Blog" settings section of your blogs NibbleBit control panel, you should see the content warning option. This is unchecked by default meaning your blog will not show a content warning prelude. Checking this option will show a text input box, which allows you to personally craft your content warning message. If you leave the box blank, our premade default content warning text will show.

If you choose to show a content prelude screen, our default warning looks like this:

If you have any further questions on our content warning screen or anything else in general, please let us know - via our contact page, our email address (, our twitter handle @NibbleBitTweets, or using our dedicated helpdesk from within your NibbleBit control panel.
P.S - Remember to follow @NibbleBitTweets on Twitter
UPGRADE: Front End Blogs
As you may be aware, on November 29th 2014, we launched our NibbleBit 2.0 control panel. Today we have completed this software upgrade by launching our NEW "Front End" blog software.

Our aim with this update was to be as seamless as possible, therefore it should not affect our users - visitors or bloggers.


We have redesigned our blog commenting system for the visitors of the blogs hosted with us. We have also completely changed the way we handle human challenges for spam. Our new comment system deals allows you to make a comment, answer the human challenge and actually see your comment publish without ever leaving the page. This is more efficient for us and for the users making comments.

Post Ratings

Post ratings are now turned ON by default, although as with many of our features you can turn this off from the control panel.


Our polls frontend system has been overhauled and redesigned. This should look better, and work much better.

Content Warning Prelude Screens

We will have an expanded article later addressing the content warning screen options.

If you have any further questions please let us know - via our contact page, our email address (, our twitter handle @NibbleBitTweets, or using our dedicated helpdesk from within your NibbleBit control panel.
P.S - Remember to follow @NibbleBitTweets on Twitter
NibbleBit Blog Feeds
One of our new upgrades with NibbleBit 2.0 is feeds. We have built a specially designed feed platform that will now show feeds in RSS, ATOM, JSON and JSONP by callback.

The upgrade includes FULLY VALIDATED feeds and unlike our old feeds - blog images will now be shown on feeds. Post content before any "more after the jump" tags, will be shown with a link to the full post content on your blog.

To view your blog's (or any Nibblebit blog's) feed we have 3 dedicated URLS:

    1. /feed/ and /feed/rss/ - BOTH will show the RSS version of your blog.
    2. /feed/atom/ - This will show the ATOM version of your blog.
    3. /feed/json/ - This will show the JSON encoded version of your blog.
    4. /feed/json/?callback=? - Adding a callback to the JSON encoded version will enable JSONP.

If you need help with feeds, please contact support.

P.S - Remember to follow @NibbleBitTweets on Twitter
Downtime Issues Dec. 9th
Today we had to perform some unscheduled security maintenance which lasted around 10 minutes.

This was completed successfully - but shortly afterwards we had some issues that were beyond our control that may have reduced the speed of our service for a small minority of our visitors. We apologize unreservedly for any inconvenience this caused.

This issue is now fixed.

Please check back soon for more information on updates we have in store...

P.S - Dont forget to follow us on Twitter using the handle @NibbleBitTweets

P.S - Remember to follow @NibbleBitTweets on Twitter