We've just launched a major update on Wizzley, making it faster to load and more reliable. Due to our recent growth, our server had a little hiccup here and there - I hope nobody noticed that
AddThis was slowing down our page load times drastically, so we've removed the social plugin, and replaced it with static social links of the most popular services. You'll find those in the sidebar of each article.
Also Twitter, Facebook and Google's +1 button have been improved concerning load times. By the way, from now on, the tweet button loads with a useful text suggestion including a short link to your Wizzley article. The short link consists of "wizzley.com" and the article's internal ID.
What's more? The blog module has been removed completely! The module is based on a Google service that will be shut down in a few months (by Google). All blog modules have already been removed carefully from your articles. Don't worry: The layout of your articles is still all right. In critical cases we've removed the module manually to make sure everything still fits. After Panda, the module was a source of Dupicate Content anyways, and so we don't consider it as a big loss. Bye bye blog module!
Also removed was automatic tweeting via TwitterMail: For those enjoying automatic posts to Twitter or Facebook, we absolutely recommend using twitterfeed instead.
The internal text editor (TinyMCE) has been updated, resolving some weird problems in Chrome.
Our internal search finally works like a charm. Till now, some search results were just missing on random :-P It wasn't a particularly obvious or bad bug, but it was there since the beginning of it all.
And finally a good thing for affiliate marketers: As trusted author (having more than five articles published), you can now set the nofollow attribute on your text links manually. Up to now, trusted users always had follow link, no matter if they wanted it or not. Now you can enter nofollow manually inside your text source and it will remain there. You may also set the title attribute on links now. It won't get cleared. This is particularly useful when inserting affiliate links you don't want to share your PageRank with :)