Shout Out To Kyle And Carson: What Is Happening With SiteContent? So Many Errors!

Last Update: May 08, 2019

Over the last month or two, I've seen a lot of members questioning whether SiteContent is worth using anymore.

The above image is from a comment in response to a recent blog by PaulREvans which you can read here:

I Will Not Be Using SiteContent


Further snippets of members feedback are:

My Response To The Above Question

You Can See My Full Blog On It Here:

Images Not Rendering Amended Sizes From SiteContent Glitch - PLEASE HELP?

There are a whole lot more questions raising doubts about the functionality SiteContent and that it is making more work than less work.

My concerns are:

1/ Are Kyle and Carson aware of the problems? I know I emailed Kyle with my blog, awaiting response.

2/ Is there an update happening soon with SiteContent and we need to be patient?

3/ If 2/ is not in the pipeline, are there steps been taken to attend to these issues that have been raised?

4/ There is a great number of the members who would dearly like to use SiteContent, however, it isn't helping at the moment, it's hindering, so is there a feedback from Kyle and Carson that these members WILL be able to use SiteContent again in the near future as issues are being attended to?

We all look forward to your soonest response.

Regards

Edu


Join the Discussion
Write something…
Recent messages
Carson Premium Featured Comment
Hi Edu,

With all posts about the WA system we look into each individual case very closely and we'll look into these as well. We are already looking into the Auto-save post, and we'll also look into the image sizing post to see what the specifics are for that.

Kyle and investigate all blogs, questions, or comments related to the system, so you can rest assured we're all over these cases to determine what the cause and if updates are required to the platform.

Carson
Reply
TopAchiever Premium
Thanks Carson!
Good to know, much appreciated.
We look forward to your update after your investigations.
Regards
Edu
Reply
Dhind1 Premium
I suspected as much but great to have the confirmation from you.
Reply
jlclayton1 Premium
I use SiteContent all the time and upload all of my images there as well before publishing. In fact, I just published a post a couple of days ago that had a lot of images and didn't experience any problems.
Reply
Cinderella5 Premium
Strange that I have never had an problems and it works quite well and I am very satisfied maybe mainly because I have installed only one or two plugins don’t know

But I am very satisfied with sitecontent
Reply
TopAchiever Premium
Good to hear your experience of SiteContent has been positive.
Reply
FKelso Premium
I never put images in my post in site content. I wait until it's on WP and then I put in images. They are then just the way I chose when I put them in there.
Reply
Kyle Premium
They are not getting the full benefit of SiteContent image compression then, which uses state of the art technology to compress the images on your website.

This will lead to faster web page load speeds, and better rankings in search engines. Just a FYI.
Reply
FKelso Premium
I use the Smush plugin. What do you think of it?
Reply
lesabre Premium
Hi Kyle, I find site content is good but I know it can be better. A lot of the time if I add images at the site content level they end up in areas not intended to be. For me I use content because in most cases it gets my post indexed faster.
Published an article on Meditation 2 days ago almost 3 now and it has still not been indexed.
I like it for it spelling and grammar but it lacks the options you find in WP.
Not very fond of it really, but I still have a lot to learn.
Michael
Reply
TopAchiever Premium
Thank you for letting us know that Kyle, it makes sense then to utilize SiteContent for the compression of images then.
Reply
Carson Premium
In regards to H1/H2/H3 - When editing in SiteContent, H (Heading) tags are defined to be a certain size. When you publish on your website, the style of those H1/H2/H3 tags could be wildly different, and that's exactly as it should be. Your Website is where style is defined and all themes have the ability to have different styles.

Text, Headings, Images, lists, all content on your own website could look slightly different when it's published due to your theme's own styles - that's expected.

Carson
Reply
Dhind1 Premium
This is interesting. It makes perfect sense, each Theme will have an effect on the content published there. Site content is a great medium for us to get our information out there, but the Theme has the final say.
Reply
Top