The Flex Feature and Feed-Driven Flex Feature are used to promote stories from section, tag, author, search, and homepages.
• The Flex Feature displays 1 story that you curate by putting its website URL into the content field. (The website URL is the path to the story, excluding its domain).
• The Feed-Driven Flex Feature displays a list of stories. You can specify the feed and pick how many stories to display.
Both features can be customized by modifying their Custom Fields to hide or show various fields (like the byline, summary, or display art), or changing other display options. This page has examples of some common display choices, but you can make additional ones yourself.
This styling is intended for lead stories.
A single Flex Feature or Feed-Driven Flex Feature is set in a Double Chain.
The art is set to display above.
This is a Feed-Driven Flex Feature set up to display a grid of 8 stories.
There are 4 per row on Desktop and Tablet, and 1 per row on mobile.
This configuration is used on homepages, section pages, and at the bottom of article pages.
This is a Feed-Driven Flex Feature set up to display a grid of 6 stories, along with a Right ad.
There are 3 per row on Desktop, 2 per row on Tablet, and 1 per row on mobile.
This configuration is used on homepages and section pages.
This is a Feed-Driven Flex Feature set up to display 4 story summaries.
The art, date and subtitle are hidden, and the summary text is displayed.
There are 4 per row on Desktop, 2 per row on Tablet, and 1 per row on mobile.
It's used on the homepage.