Your comments

Andy,

Unfortunately there isn't a way to edit the poll results.

Joe Hansen
Director of Solutions Support

Blox Digital

Seth, that really depends on what specifically you are doing. If these are editorial assets, then there are two methods for syndicating content from site a to site b, either with linked site syndication, or through a regular blox-to-blox syndication channel.

If you submit a ticket to our customer support team, someone could walk you through the pros and cons of either method. Both are quite easy to set up and are included as part of the blox platform.


Joe Hansen

Director of Solutions Support

Blox Digital

Hello. We've actually identified the issue, which at its core is how the chrome/edge rendering engine handles re-scaling.  Firefox seems to handle the resizing a bit better, but we've seen it with both Chrome and Edge. We've come up with a potential work-around that we are currently working to implement that may help resolve the issue. This should be released quite early in the new year.


Joe Hansen

Blox Digital

Director of Solutions Support

Zoe,

In the editorial Asset Editor, open your article and navigate to the "other" tab. You'll find fields for subhead, kicker, hammer near the bottom of the "miscellaneous" section.

Joe Hansen

Director of Solutions Support

BloxDigital

Please submit a support ticket so that we can address this issue for you.

Joe Hansen

Director of Solutions Support

Blox Digital

Please create a support ticket so we can address this specifically for your site.

Joe

Hello, 

Yes, HTML blocks support javascript, no changes needed. anything like this will work. If you continue to have issues, please open a support ticket and one of our support engineers can look at what you are trying to do.

<h1 id='test'>Test</h1>

[script]

let testTarget = document.getElementById('test');

testTarget.innerHTML = "New Test";

[/script]

*note script tags changed so they can be shown in this editor.

Joe Hansen

Director of Solutions Support

Blox Digital

Peggy,

You should open a customer support ticket when you have issues, the community forum is not the place to look for support.

support.townnews.com would be where you submit your ticket with all your details, including your domain and the publication you are trying to upload.

thanks,

Joe Hansen

TownNews Director of Solutions Support

Katelyn,


You should open a customer support ticket when you have issues, the community forum is not the place to look for support.


support.townnews.com would be where you submit your ticket with all your details, including your domain and the publication you are trying to upload.


thanks,

Joe Hansen

TownNews Director of Solutions Support

@jesus, we have not removed the ability for you to have file uploads on forms. What we removed was the link to the uploaded file in the receipt email. Images can still be uploaded, and you can access the image in the Form Submissions application within Blox. If you have an issue with users uploading images, please submit a ticket to our CS team to have them take a look at your specific forms.

Thanks,

Joe Hansen

TownNews Director of Solutions Support