We do direct entitlement in addition to selling subscriptions in iTunes
/ Google Play.When someone signs-in with their username and password,
and they have entitlement to the most current issue, then there should
not be a big "Subscribe" button in the top tool bar.In DPS, there were
ways to do this. What is the equivalent in AEMM?
At the very least:Align Options: top-left, top-center, or absolute
centerScale Options: fit-to-height, fit-to-width, fit all, specify
percent, or noneCrop Options: would be determined by scale settingThese
are the things that the average web designer can do with CSS.Another
option would be: have an "advanced" which would just let the user enter
the CSS that should be applied...
Among other things, if you use an article in more than one collection,
and that collections use different templates, your image will look wrong
in one of them.Similarly, if you use a different template for phones and
tablets, the original image will look wrong in one of them.The arbitrary
"cropped, centered, and scaled" is not a good solution.Again, if I am
missing some effective work-around for this, please let us know!
Unless I'm missing something, when you design a "card" and specify where
the image should be, you can't customize the way the image gets
rendered.In HTML, when you have an image in a container, you can say how
you want the image to resize (or not), what coordinates you want it to
align from, etc.All of these CSS options really need to be accessible
when you design a card!
Is this on the "roadmap" for any time soon? It seems like being able to
place remote content, for ads or other custom content, in a card or
banner would be a basic requirement to creating a dynamic app...