Welcome to the official launch of Xanga 2.0! Here's how to get started: 1. SIGNIN. You can sign into your Xanga account right here: * http://xanga.com/wp-login.php. You can use the same username and password that you're used to, and it should work! 2. CHECK OUT YOUR BLOG
Xanga members received a "Xanga Site", a website containing a weblog, photoblog, videoblog, audioblog, "Pulse" (mini-blog), and social networking profile. Members could also make or join blogrings (groups). Weblog. Xanga first added weblogs to Xanga Sites on November 5, 2000.
Xanga is chock-full of goofiness but it’s a prototype for the social media we use now, and I hope we at least get it archived. If you too would like to take a trip down Xanga memory lane, there...
Xanga (pronounced ZANG-guh) is a social networking Web site that hosts personal profiles, blog posts and photo sharing. The site is part of the Web 2.0 movement, where users of Xanga have a great deal of control over the content that gets created.
Hell yeah. Xanga was my first ever form of any kind of social media. Had it my first few months of freshman year of high school. Xanga actually underwent a massive overhaul recently, like, within the last few years, and they archived many, but not all, of their profiles.
The Xanga website is not online as it was at the beginning of the millennium. The domain is still online and owned by an undisclosed business in Burlington. The website is therefore online still ...
This site launched in 1999 originally as a space to share book and music reviews, then quickly became a popular blogging site for teenagers of the 2000's. At the height of its popularity Xanga ...
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* We've created backups of ~2 million Xanga blogs. If you've been active on Xanga in the past 5+ years, we've most likely archived all of your posts and are ready to migrate you over to Xanga 2.0 (details below).
Updated on: May 24, 2021. Xanga (ZANG-uh) is an Internet Web host that provides its users (community) with access to their own online diaries and journals (often called blogs ). A person who belongs to the Xanga community is called a “Xangan”.