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I'm trying to get it to crawl my site. It tells me "Status: Not reviewed." But if I navigate away from Webmaster Tools and go back I have to select the site again. Did you have a similar experience? I'm not sure how long it takes for it to crawl the site.

I'd like to see some regions for HTML input in a form. But there could be a workaround hack I don't know about to do something similar.

Is this any closer to getting fixed? We're still having people complain.

Any update on when to expect this?

While I think the majority of changes would be valid I would hate for one to get through with something inappropriate. So I guess you're right.

I'm loving the new article designer. One bug I noticed is with pull quotes. When the pull quote isn't dragged into the body of the article the "Title" field becomes the footer of the pull quote. That's perfect. But when the pull quote is dragged as an in-line object the code changes and the "Title" becomes an h4 element. Can we get that changed to have the quote attribution to be at the bottom?

Here's an example...

In-line content

Related box outside the body

There are already enough boxes and options to click in BLOX. I think this is something publishers can either be OK with as-is and let people be people or decide it's not worth the negativity.

We've started using this feature but ended up disabling it due to people leaving "Love" and "Funny" reactions on stories where people have died. It's a great feature but people just don't seem to show any semblance of compassion or empathy. We're talking 20% improper reactions sometimes. I just don't think it's worth the negativity.

I'm playing around with in-line photos now. They're looking great. But when I try parallax it only displays the photo on the left half of the page. I thought it was CSS messing with the display so I tried the same thing on our two other FLEX sites and got the same result. I'm going to attach a screenshot.

The link is:

That seems like it would be what we need. I think this will really enhance the look of short stories.