The WYSISYG editor removes all HTML comments. Nothing good comes of this :)Official response from Adriel Hampton
This behavior is intentional - we have an HTML editor button in the toolbar for the WYSIWYG to edit and save HTML comments.
export-events-as-csv is very handy, but would be even handier if the csv included the event country code.
(couldn't find a similar suggestion, so here goes...)
on the cms side, our clients would benefit greatly from a content import tool. the legacy import is nice, but really doesn't result in pages that are of much use. there was some testing of a wordpress blog > nationbuilder blog tool last year, so we're hoping something is still in the works.
clients that come to us w/ scores of pages (or more) are always surprised to learnt that the migration from another cms to NB will be mostly manual. even a simple tool that just pulled titles and content and target content type from a cvs file would be a massive time saver.
it may have more weight w/nationbuilder if you tag that suggestion vs starting a new similar suggestion.
When users attempt an action that requires login, and users use Facebook to login, they are not redirected to the action they were attempting prior to login, they are redirected to the nation homepage.... That crates confusion--Is it possible to have users redirected to the action they were attempting prior to login?
the addition of a line number would increase the helpfulness of an error like this a zilllionfold.
There were problems with the following fields:
- Content scss Invalid CSS after "}": expected selector or at-rule, was "}"
Nations with lots of events would benefit form having a bulk import tool.