Posts about Guidelines
WordPress tips and reminders: Longread guide
This post explains GV's guidelines for writing a long-read piece — anything over our normal 1,200 word cutoff.
Design Update: Extra-Wide Posts are ready for experimentation!
Posts on Global Voices can now use an "Extra-wide" design that enables huge imagery and more dramatic compositions with right and left-aligned elements.
Global Voices is on Mastodon (and back on Tumblr)!
In light of recent events, we've been working to make sure you can find our international stories wherever you are!
Dealing with the WordPress Text Editor Jumping Around
This bug probably drives you crazy, learn how it works and maybe you'll feel less crazy!
Design Update: No-Sidebar article display
After testing a clean new post design that's centred without a sidebar, we liked the results, and are making this change live across all GV sites.
Special Categories Temporary Guide – With video!
Learn about the new system that replaces "Special Coverage Pages".
GV Design Refresh 2020 – With Video!
We're launching some small but poignant design changes for Global Voices! In this post you can learn what they are as well as the thinking behind them.
GV Test Post: Formats
This post full of demo content covers all the major styles and formats supported by the GV theme, and should work with both normal and "Extra-wide" layouts.
Zoom and Global Voices – Communication and Safety Guidelines
Zoom isn't perfect, but it's the best solution we have right now. Read about our reasoning behind keeping it as tool we use in our work.
The art of hyperlinking in a Global Voices story
Hyperlinks serve a double purpose: they ensure transparency and credibility with our audience, but also help contextualize a subject or point readers to further resources. This is how hyperlinks should be done.