The bottom bar showing the related items is largely a remnant of the old "app"-style design, where the bar stayed on your screen and was much more visible.
Now that people have mostly switched to a more web-like style, it is a good idea to change this.
We will add this to an upcoming release. It may not look exactly like this, but we will do something similar. =)
We've now added support to show related assets at the side and bottom of stories (depending on the device size).
All related assets to go the same page, so essentially there is only one link to them, but we now advertise them better on the site.
This change is now live. Let me know what you think!
We do plan on doing this. We actually have this coded and it was in QA at one point, but having unpublished child images caused issues in some places, so we have to fix those places first, then we can run this through again. =)
Hey Aaron! I'm familiar with the last request...
Essentially, we have the ability right now to close comments by clicking a button within the individual story edit panel in the BLOX admin. When you do this, we put up a "Comments on this article have been disabled." message and get rid of the comment box and all existing comments.
It has been requested that we offer the alternate ability to close the comments and LEAVE existing comments for viewing.
We could look at Dropbox as well.. this is on the front end so we don't have access to the same libraries as the admin. But, after a quick look, it seems Dropbox does have a client-side API, so it might work:
I can add this to the feature request, however, I am going to consider the Dropbox implementation to be icing on the cake if the dev can do it easily. =)
Right, the paper (or user entering the event in the user dashboard) would need to include the Facebook event ID somewhere... then our templates could suck in all of the information that FB made available in the API (like all the photos uploaded to FB).
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