NOTE:  HTML code can be added as an HTML asset, OR, you can create a custom HTML block. For more information see How Do I Create a New Block?



Note: For general information see Asset Workspace.


  To create a new Editorial Asset, click the New asset button in the Search results window.

  Choose the asset type you need to create.

  Choose More / HTML.

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EditorialAssetsHTMLWindow_image

HTML has one required field, Title

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required title - Article Audio Collection HTML Table Video ZIP

Description...

Description is where you can enter a description of your HTML asset.

This will appear on the front end above the rendered HTML code and just beneath the Byline.

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html_description.jpg

Add, Change, or Remove a Preview Image

To Add or Change a Preview image in an asset...
You can add an image from your computer or network. Click on Change, then Upload a File. Use the Browse button in the Upload File dialogue window to search your computer or accessible network. Select the image and then select Upload File.

You can also upload an image from Dropbox. For more information about using Dropbox to upload images please see the Using Dropbox To Upload Images doc.

You can also add an image from an existing Image, YouTube, Video, or PDF asset already in your BLOX CMS. Click on Change, then Copy From Another Asset. Search for the image asset you are looking for, select it by clicking on the checkbox beside the name, and then click Add Selected Assets.

And finally you can remove the preview entirely by clicking on Change and Remove.


Best practice: You should have a preview image with your assets when applicable.


HTML...

HTML is where you type, or paste the HTML code for this asset.


Best Practices: When adding a HTML asset as a child asset to an article, make sure to add code so that the asset is no more than 300 pixels wide. If the asset is more than 300 pixels, it will get cut off on the article page.