We are pleased to announce the release of Scroll Viewport 2021-04-22 which is an improvement and bug fix release.
Create and Manage Site Redirects
With this latest Scroll Viewport for Confluence Cloud release, you can now set up literal redirects for specific pages of your Scroll Viewport site. Your users never have to end up on a 404 page again!
With literal redirects you can:
Recover broken Scroll Viewport links (e.g. if you delete an article from your site) by pointing your users to alternative content instead to save them from ending up on a 404 page.
Use important elements on your site to show ‘teaser content' and then direct your users to external links (e.g. a pinned page on your homepage could link users to your support portal).
Ensure that links to articles that are used for in-app help remain stable.
Customize the ways users flow through your help center.
You can manage redirects from within your Site Settings.
Please note that this feature is currently limited to creating literal redirects.
→ Learn how to create your first redirect.
Easily Upload Images for your Theme with the Asset Library
With this release, we have added a new Asset Library to the visual theme editor. The Asset Library simplifies your theme creation and theme editing workflow.
You can now upload and manage all custom images used in your theme (like header logo or banner image) from one central place and without leaving the theme editor.
Already using your own images in the theme? All existing files will be automatically transferred to the Asset Library when you start the upgrade.
Other fixes and improvements in this release include an optimized article print output, better looking content source tiles for the portal page and a bug fix for the CSS editor. Find all details on the issues in linked below.
This release contains the following improvements:
This release contains the following bug fixes:
|VPC-142||Deleting all custom CSS is not recognized as a theme change||Released|