Multiday and repeating events are live and running!
This morning we added a new feature for all Conductor users. You now have the ability to search Pages, News, and Events, right from your site's Dashboard. This will allow you to quickly find content within your site.
Events haven't changed much since they were first added to Conductor in 2008. Today, we're happy to announce a complete overhaul of the Events module, which brings some frequently requested features and paves the way for even more updates.
Today's big feature is that the Flash uploader has been replaced with a modern HTML5 uploader. That means you no longer have to worry about updating Flash when working in Conductor.
A couple bug fixes, and one feature to notify if images are too large.
Today's release includes one bug fix, one minor feature, and the first step of a larger feature.
Today's update is mostly fixing a small list of bugs.
Today's release is primarily bug fixes and an update to the RTE.
We've received a number of emails regarding a feature that was available in the previous version of our editor, but was removed in the new. After inserting an image, you can right-click the image and select "Image Properties". In the past, this allowed you to modify the width and height of an image that was already inserted. The reason this functionality was removed was because it was resulting in a number or mobile and accessibility issues.
Primary changes this release are for the upcoming release of the rich text editor coming next week.
Users who have the RTE interface in Conductor Admin will be seeing some minor changes to the editor soon.
Today's primary feature release is the addition of Site Documentation.
Today's release includes a nice new feature for sites with Custom Fields and/or Custom Databases
Today's release is a small one for users with only one user-facing update which addresses date fields in custom databases.
Quickly on the heels of the big users update comes a smaller bug-fix update. Updates from this mornings release:
We have been hard at work on some behind the scenes updates to Conductor. The first of these will be released Thursday, September 3. This update contains a complete rewrite of how Users are handled in Conductor. At this time, the typical Conductor admin won't notice any changes, as this is simply a first step in bringing some exciting new features down the road (such as quickly and easily switcing between all of your Conductor sites).…
Alert! If you have videos on your site, READ THIS!
A coworker shared a video with me this morning. The video featured a lovely coed and was quite nice to listen to. However, in checking for accessibility, my coworker found out that the captions automatically generated by YouTube didn't come close to matching the coed's words. The captions did not reflect the thoughts expressed in the video and were confusing and of little value to anyone using them to understand the meaning of the video.…
How do you keep spammers from harvesting ND email account addresses? Is it worth the effort to try to do so? I wondered the same thing, and here's my take on the issue.
Ever received an email notification that a news item you imported into your own site has been updated? Wish you could get some insight into what actually changed without having to spend the time comparing the two yourself?
Now with the latest release, Conductor does the work for you!
If you get one of those email notifications, you will be able to see exactly what has changed.…