Tyler, yes this is still available (though probably a bit out of date considering it was 2015) on our TownNews.com site.
TownNews Senior Solutions Team Lead
I've created a ticket on your behalf to research this issue. The ticket number is 913116. You don't appear to be a contact in the system, so I assigned it to Pam Mathes. Updates will be made through that ticket.
Can you provide any more information about this? If you could submit a support ticket or provide your domain we can look into the issue. Speaking at the platform level, we have not done anything that should impact image quality downstream. When these types of issues crop up, they are generally related to an image being resized heavily by CSS instead of being generated at the necessary size by our image proxy system.
So if you could either submit a ticket and reference this community post, or reply with your domain name and an example that would be awesome!
Thanks! This is great feedback that I'll take to the product team.
Can you provide an example and/or reference to give more color to this? We run accessibility WCAG 2.1 audits regularly and this hasn't been an issue in the past, but we want to be as accessible as possible. Adding new fields to the output may be an issue, but if you're just wanting to use the caption field instead of title, that would be a simple macro change for your site.
Can you talk more about what you're wanting? There is an existing alt text property that put in the image title. Are you wanting to be able to change that without changing the image title?
Example from your site today, main image has alt="Why run for School Board? Past board members, superintendents weigh in."
The macro that outputs the image using the image title
alt="[% oImage.title | truncate(256,'...') | html; %]"
If you wanted to pursue that for your site, just reach out to our CS team.
Erik, you just need to submit a ticket to customer service and indicate what you'd like to do.
The way that block for them works is that it's a block like any other, where you simply have assets displayed with the preview image. So it's just using the regular article and does require there be an image.
If all of that work, just submit that ticket with the detail that you want to duplicate what was done for them and you should be good to go.
Are you thinking of a page like this:
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