This week we released a feature where you can directly publish from Curvenote using the Publish button in the top right of any project. You will be prompted to setup subdomains, which are hosted on
*.curve.space, and can have the form of
Once your content is ready, you can publish it to the domains that you have listed by clicking the publish button. The process of deploying the site takes a few seconds, and then you will be able to browse to your new website! 🚀
Deprecating “Advanced Publishing”¶
As a part of these publishing updates we are deprecating “Advanced Publishing” which allowed you to only publish a portion of your project. If your project is using this setting, you will see a warning and have the option to choose either
Private (the default) or
Public visibility. We will officially deprecate this in the coming weeks.
We have also turned off search-engine indexing for projects directly on Curvenote and there will be additional changes to public projects in the future. More functionality will be going into the site-based publishing over time!
Weeknotes from the Archive¶
This week we also released a lot of our previous notes that you can now see on our weeknotes on a spiffy new landing page at https://curvenote.com/weeknotes.
Other resources from Curvenote tagged publishingweeknote
A Curvenote webinar taking attendees through publishing and updating research websites directly from the Curvenote visual editor
This week we hosted a webinar showing off our new publishing in-app no-code publishing features
An orcid.org is a persistent digital identifier for researchers which is widely used. You can now conenct your ORCID account directly to your Curvenote profile.
Publishing Curvenote sites became even easier last week when we launched our new publish button in the Curvenote editor.
We added thumbnails to the article frontmatter, as well as met up with the whole Curvenote team in person for the first time!
We overhauled the curvenote.com site to make better use of the new publishing tools and CLI.