Okay. When you say consideration do you mean that this would be a
difficult technical feature to implement, or is there other reasons for
not allowing a banner to have this feature?I am asking because it seems
like a much better solution than duplicating an entire collection, so I
assume there must be some downside to this feature that I am
overlooking.Thank you for the response.
Colin FlemingHas there been any updates to this? There was a post in
September that said this banner linking feature was something that you
really wanted to add: Linking to Collections.Making a duplicate
collection with all of the same content just to change the collection
card style is really inefficient and hard to manage. Creating a single
banner that would link to a collection would be much more streamlined
and intuitive. Thanks.
DPS does support sound clips just like a normal webpage would.This is
probably right, but if you are determined to move it over to DPS then
you would have to package the individual html pages and assets as
article files and probably change the navigation of your site to fit the
collections and cards layout that DPS uses.
I'm not Mark, but I know I would like this feature to let users access
the collection or article from multiple places on the browse page. For
instance, for some layouts I would like to include a small banner as a
button to access a collection in addition to the collection card that is
elsewhere on the browse page.
I am having some weird card behavior regarding the cutoff length of the
metadata on the card.I am attaching screenshots of the behavior,
basically it seems like the cutoff length of the abstract metadata field
is not consistent or even between the cards. It changes if you go in and
out of the app and in and out of the collections within the app.I would
like this to be consistent so that the spacing of elements below these
cards is consistent in our app layout.Three screenshots from the app are