Welcome to new ‘Mountain Xpress’ website

Welcome to the new Mountain Xpress website design. We invite readers to explore the updated layout for a more mobile-friendly, media-rich news experience.

Xpress‘ new content management system includes an interface that will help us generate fun and exciting stories with a focus on multimedia, photos and video clips. And once a story catches a visitor’s eye, the more inclusive, streamlined comment system is there for improved reader interaction and easy access. Quick sharing options will also allow readers to send their favorite stories to family, friends and followers via social media — all with the click of a button.

The site uses an enhanced “responsive design,” which supports visitors whether they’re using an iPhone, iPad/tablet, laptop or desktop computer — no matter the screen size, the site will optimize elements within the page to fit the device.

More features will be added in the coming weeks, but for now, we encourage any and all feedback to be sent to feedback@mountainx.com.

Also… keep an eye out for a post from our developers highlighting some of the key new features of the site.

Mountain Xpress staff


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4 thoughts on “Welcome to new ‘Mountain Xpress’ website

  1. Dionysis

    First comment is that the email link for solicited feedback (“what do you think”) does not work. Message says “page doesn’t exist.” It would be helpful if that link worked, you might get that feedback (if you’re sure you really want it).

    • Hayley Benton

      Fixed it! It should work now. Thanks for letting us know!

  2. AshevilleObserver

    Is there going to be a PDF/e-edition of the print edition?

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