July 2023 - Release 4: Publishable Collection Elements

ON/OFF Toggle for Content Components

We've just rolled out a super handy feature for those of you who love tweaking your content pages just right. Ever wished you could hide certain parts of your page without having to delete them completely? Well, now you can!

What's New?

We've introduced a simple ON/OFF Toggle for all the components on your content pages. This nifty little feature lets you control whether a component is visible to your visitors or not.

It works similarly to how you publish or unpublish content. If you turn a component OFF, it won't be visible to your site's visitors, but if you're a DXP user with the right settings, you can still see these hidden components. This makes it super easy to prepare and preview changes without messing around with draft versions.

How to publish and unpublish components within a content page

More Goodies and Fixes:

  • There's a new "show in frontend" icon on the edit product page to make your life easier.
  • We've added a feature in the search response to help you identify which search template was used—handy, right?
  • Fixed a little hiccup where the rich text editor was ignoring font size settings.
  • Patch revision requests now behave more predictably, especially with content that's gone missing.
  • We're handling empty submissions more gracefully in form range inputs.
  • And we've improved how we filter hook batches, especially for dynamic loads or when dealing with lots of data.

Core dna components approach has drastically improved the way we work as a team. Being able to create content ahead of time and leaving it unpublished until the due date is a time saver. The scheduling feature is also such a game changer for us as it means we don't have to be on call at midnight to publish time-sensitive content. The platform does it all automatically.”

Hassan Huseyin Marketing Manager - ADOTG

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