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       Dan

      404

      Frequently encountered issue with our platform are 404 pages which show up in server logs.
      Most of those 404 requests are triggered by inefficient use of our editor tool.

      Images:
      – when you need to replace an default image from a design with your own image, make sure that the replacement image is fully loaded on our server. The image path (url) must start with https:// and not blob: (blob: means the image is not fully loaded on our server and it is in a temporary browser based session) in this case the blob: image path will not load and render graphic element(s)
      – upon saving a custom project with image path that starts with blob will result in a broken design
      – to fix this, try starting the editing process again or if you had a lot of editing made and don’t want to lose it all, contact us.
      – when importing an image url, make sure you don’t copy the full HTML markup from generated websites like imgur or other services, you need only the full URL path, no quotes, no other tags

      Links:
      – there are two types of links, on-page links (also named as jump-to links) which can be found on MFC designs (a link pointing to another section in the same page) and of course external links.
      #my-section – is a sample link used for navigating in the same page
      https://camgirl.cloud/ – is a link pointing to another web address (outside current page)
      Please focus a bit because this part is important as we can see a lot of mistakes around this:
      In our designs we use the generic default link replacement defined by # (hashtag, number symbol or whatever you want to name it).
      – when adding a link make sure that is properly formatted
      #https://camgirl.cloud/this is wrong , it will break the project
      https://camgirl.cloud/this is good, will work as link or button when added to related element

      Importing images into URL fields:
      – please make sure that you copy only the image full URL path which starts with https// and ends with image extension like .jpg .png .gif .jpeg

      Good example:
      https://d31rb55u3y3kjs.cloudfront.net/c/u/520476279851687b6dabcc7189410390/2018/07/03114740/clte1.png
      and will render our logo
      logo

      Bad example for importing:
      <a href="https://d31rb55u3y3kjs.cloudfront.net/c/u/520476279851687b6dabcc7189410390/2018/07/03114740/clte1.png"><img src="https://d31rb55u3y3kjs.cloudfront.net/c/u/520476279851687b6dabcc7189410390/2018/07/03114740/clte1.png"/></a>

      [URL="https://d31rb55u3y3kjs.cloudfront.net/c/u/520476279851687b6dabcc7189410390/2018/07/03114740/clte1.png"][IMG][https://d31rb55u3y3kjs.cloudfront.net/c/u/520476279851687b6dabcc7189410390/2018/07/03114740/clte1.png][/IMG][/URL]

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