Edits made to my default card (font color, position, etc.) don't seem to coming through to my preview app. I've gone as fas as delete/reinstall the app from the iPad with no joy. Suggestions?
Also, the first article in the default layout opens immediately instead of showing as a card in the default layout. The title does show in the left-side pop-out navigation.
This really sounds like the card you're editing isn't the one applied to the collection. Are you on a DPS contract? If so I suggest calling enterprise support and having them assist you in chasing this down.
We are, and I will.* The card really is applied--I can edit everything except the type and have the change show up.
*First I'm going to remove the article with the HTMLResources and see what happens.
Also thought I'd addd that this problem is unique to this project. A second one, also built with the Folio Migration tool but without any HTMLResources, works correctly.
Tried that. No joy.
One thing I forgot to mention that may be important, or not, is that the content was brought over via the Folio Migration Tool, and does include a HTMLResources file.
But I'm not using any specified font as you can see, and I didn't upload any font assets when I built the app.
The font colour of your text is white, is that too bright to be seen on your card? Try setting it to black and see if the text shows up.
Everything works except for type in the cards. It looks like this in the browser:
The title doesn't appear on the card in the preview app.
If I change the vertical alignment, the text disappears from the preview in the browser. like this:
I’ve clicked the preview button over and over. I get the progress bar, but no changes in the preview app.
The content in the default collection behaves the way you describe. I can fix that.
Have you clicked the preview button in the Contents & Layouts portal after making your changes? If you don't click the preview button the changes won't come through.
The default collection never shows as a browse page. If you want a collection to show as a browse page when the app opens you have to make a collection (I usually call it "home" in the short title) and put that as the first item in the default collection. Then put your stuff in that collection.