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Product release 2017-03-16
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- 11:48, 3 Apr 2017
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- Content branding regions (Responsive)
We have released three new branding regions in Responsive. Content branding regions are customizable containers located above, below, and to the side of your content container that when used, will appear on every page throughout your site, like your custom header or footer.
- Conditional content UI update
We have updated the way conditional content appears in the editor to improve the user experience for content writers. Conditional content will now be easier to identify, modify, and less likely to break.
- Editor alignment and indentation update
We have changed the way the editor aligns and indents content. Previously the editor used inline styles which did not follow responsive design best practices. The editor will start using class names to make it easier to create mobile ready styles for your site.
Upcoming feature enhancements
- An even more secure MindTouch experience
Most MindTouch customers have moved over to a more secure experience for their users. This move has been to require HTTPS connections completely across their sites (the "S" stands for secure). Google recently announced that they are moving towards encouraging a more secure internet and boosting sites that require an HTTPS encryption method. Enhancing your Google presence can drive even more new and existing customers to your brand. We have sent out information regarding this to all MindTouch support contacts. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact MindTouch Support.
- New page view counter
Starting at the end of next week, we will begin rolling out an updated page view counter. You may notice a change in your page view counts because the previous counter would sometimes double count pro member views or only count the first page view of an anonymous user. Our new counter uses event stream data for a more accurate calculation.
- IE 10 deprecation in May 2017
In June 2016, we announced the creation of a legacy browser experience that would allow users to view MindTouch content in deprecated browsers. At the time, we decided that Legacy Browser would work for IE 9 and below. Now that some time has passed and we have analyzed how MindTouch users view content in Internet Explorer, we would like to add IE 10 to that list in accordance with Microsoft's own End of Support announcement earlier this year.