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  2. Question: I’m trying to use Ajax to fetch a JSON feed from a Trumba Connect URL, but I’m unable to due to Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) limitations. Do you have examples of calling a Trumba Connect URL from javascript? If so can URLs be added? We’re getting blocked by CORS policy when I try to retrieve the JSON feed. Would adding Access-Control-Allow-Origin rules on your end the best way to proceed? Answer: There is a setting on the JSON feed settings where you can specify the domains were CORS should be allowed. To access the setting in Trumba, select the published calendar, and t
  3. Has anyone else experienced issues with hyperlinking the event actions link provided, and receiving an error response when an external recipient clicks on it?
  4. When you copy an event in Trumba it is important to know what data fields get copied. Also, if an event has registration attached and that event is copied, what is included/not included in the event that you copied? Here is a help topic that goes through more details and scenarios: https://www.trumba.com/help/events/eventcopy_how.aspx#whatgets
  5. In Trumba T2, aspect ration options are available when using the cropping option on images. To crop an image, go to the Images tab located in the upper left corner of your account and then select the name of the image you want to crop. If you are adding an image to a new event, select Crop Image after selecting the image; or if editing an existing image attached to an existing event, click Edit to the right of the Event image or Detail image field and select the Crop Image option and here you can manually crop the image or use one of the 13 pre-set Aspect Ratios provided.
  6. What method of encryption is used to secure the connection between the two services? Does Trumba or Microsoft keep audit logs of the activity between the two services? Is Trumba app been approved by Microsoft? I cannot find the Trumba app at Microsoft app store. Trumba’s new SharePoint integration (described here https://www.trumba.com/help/publish/pub_mod_sharepoint.aspx) provides a modern SharePoint web part that is just a thin wrapper around the Trumba spud widgets. This was required to allow the SharePoint site to reference our spuds.js API. There really is no i
  7. If your page is HTTPS, locate the code on your page: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.trumba.com/scripts/spuds.js"></script><script type="text/javascript"> Change the code by removing http: so the spuds.js line appears as follows: <script type="text/javascript" src="//www.trumba.com/scripts/spuds.js"></script><script type="text/javascript"> If this does not work, there have also been reports of a conflict between the latest Firefox updates (May/June 2020) and the DuckDuckGo extension Privacy Essentials. Disable the DuckDuckG
  8. We have heard reports that your Trumba display may not appear as expected. If a simple browser refresh does not correct the issue, check to see if you have Adblock Plus installed as a Chrome extension. Try to disable the extension to see if that resolves the issue. If that works, try to enable it and then safelist trumba.com in the Chrome browser.
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