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  • Monarchhousing

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    Thanks Kevin.

    This is the pastern link: https://pastebin.com/19vHymzF

    I disabled lazy load and updated and the post still failed. This was the error message:

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    I use WP Rocket. I use lazy load on all of my posts and is only these few they do not publish.

    I do have email reproting.

    Nos i have a new on that is not publishing. http://monarchhousing.org/2017/03/30/build-thriving-nj/

    this is the email response:

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Grady and her daughter are looking for a new home that they can move in to together, pooling their resources to pay the rent.\n\n\u201cThe working class has been forgotten in the housing market,\u201d said Grady. \u201cWe need to find a way to make homes affordable for all of us. Many working people, like myself, have to decide between paying rent or buying food.\u201d ","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout","identifier":"component-3ec7fbcb37a36da556b82914efd95e86"},{"role":"body","text":"Joining Grady and other housing advocates and community leaders were:","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout"},{"role":"body","text":"- Deacon Tim Williams, **[First Baptist Church, Kenilworth](https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/pages\/First-Baptist-Church\/115232475166855)**;\n- Pastor J. David Knecht, [**Holy Cross Lutheran Church**](http:\/\/holycrossnj.com\/);\n- Arnold Cohen, senior policy coordinator, the Network; and\n- Raphael Kasen, community building specialist, the Network.","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout"},{"role":"body","text":"\u201cWe work to facilitate regular interfaith meetings in order to make way for the building of bonds within the interfaith community,\u201d said Deacon Tim Williams, chair, [**Union County Interfaith Coordinating Council**](http:\/\/www.caunj.org\/?page_id=3668).","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout"},{"role":"photo","URL":"","layout":"anchor-layout-right","anchor":{"targetAnchorPosition":"center","rangeStart":0,"rangeLength":1,"targetComponentIdentifier":"component-fc78e76471bb845fc2db670e5b12398b"}},{"role":"photo","URL":"http:\/\/cdn3.monarchhousing.org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2016\/11\/buildthrivingnj-4-191x300.jpg","layout":"anchor-layout-right","anchor":{"targetAnchorPosition":"center","rangeStart":0,"rangeLength":1,"targetComponentIdentifier":"component-89b498b54ea97cc884d69a3c58828c51"}},{"role":"body","text":"\u201cOur faith-based members and community partners know all too well that an affordable place to call home in Union County is an impossible dream when a family needs an income of $52,8960 to rent a modest two-bedroom apartment. We are happy to host this housing conference so that we can all work together to Build a Thriving NJ.\u201d","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout","identifier":"component-fc78e76471bb845fc2db670e5b12398b"},{"role":"body","text":"The \u201cBuild a Thriving NJ: Union County Housing Summit\u201d was held at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Springfield and sponsored by:","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout","identifier":"component-89b498b54ea97cc884d69a3c58828c51"},{"role":"body","text":"- [**Community Access Unlimited**](http:\/\/www.caunj.org\/),\n- [**Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless**](http:\/\/theelizabethcoalition.org\/),\n- [**Family Promise Union County**](http:\/\/familypromise.org\/programs\/union-county-program\/),\n- [**Gateway Family YMCA**](http:\/\/www.ymcaeuc.org\/),\n- [**Homefirst**](http:\/\/www.homefirstinc.org\/),\n- the [**Network**](http:\/\/hcdnnj.org),\n- [**Iris House**](http:\/\/www.irishouse.org\/),\n- Monarch Housing Associates, and the\n- [**Union County Interfaith Coordinating Council**](http:\/\/www.caunj.org\/?page_id=3668).","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout"},{"role":"body","text":"[ Learn More About \u201cBuild a Thriving New Jersey\u201d ](http:\/\/www.hcdnnj.org\/buildathrivingnj)","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout"},{"role":"body","text":"[ Subscribe to Our Newsletter and Receive News You Can Use Every Morning ](http:\/\/monarchhousing.us13.list-manage.com\/subscribe?u=71c3b29ac8b19ba527f136c69&id=0f78dd487b)","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout"},{"role":"body","text":"[ Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter and Receive News You Can Use Every Friday ](http:\/\/monarchhousing.us13.list-manage.com\/subscribe?u=71c3b29ac8b19ba527f136c69&id=e4794e173c)","format":"markdown","textStyle":"default-body","layout":"body-layout-last"}]}],"componentTextStyles":{"default-heading-3":{"fontName":"AvenirNext-Bold","fontSize":24,"lineHeight":28,"textColor":"#000000","textAlignment":"left","tracking":0},"dropcapBodyStyle":{"textAlignment":"left","fontName":"AvenirNext-Regular","fontSize":18,"tracking":0,"lineHeight":24,"textColor":"#000000","linkStyle":{"textColor":"#428bca"},"paragraphSpacingBefore":18,"paragraphSpacingAfter":18,"dropCapStyle":{"numberOfLines":4,"numberOfCharacters":1,"padding":5,"fontName":"Georgia-Bold","textColor":"#663700","numberOfRaisedLines":0}},"default-body":{"textAlignment":"left","fontName":"AvenirNext-Regular","fontSize":18,"tracking":0,"lineHeight":24,"textColor":"#000000","linkStyle":{"textColor":"#428bca"},"paragraphSpacingBefore":18,"paragraphSpacingAfter":18},"default-pullquote":{"fontName":"AvenirNext-Bold","fontSize":18,"hangingPunctuation":false,"textColor":"#53585f","textTransform":"none","lineHeight":48,"textAlignment":"left","tracking":0},"default-title":{"fontName":"AvenirNext-Bold","fontSize":48,"lineHeight":52,"tracking":0,"textColor":"#000000","textAlignment":"left"},"default-byline":{"textAlignment":"left","fontName":"AvenirNext-Medium","fontSize":17,"lineHeight":24,"tracking":0,"textColor":"#53585f"}},"componentLayouts":{"heading-layout":{"columnStart":0,"columnSpan":6,"margin":{"bottom":15,"top":15}},"body-layout":{"columnStart":0,"columnSpan":6,"margin":{"top":12,"bottom":12}},"body-layout-last":{"columnStart":0,"columnSpan":6,"margin":{"top":12,"bottom":30}},"full-width-image":{"margin":{"bottom":25,"top":25},"columnSpan":7,"columnStart":0},"anchored-image":{"margin":{"bottom":25,"top":25}},"anchor-layout-right":{"columnStart":3,"columnSpan":3},"pullquote-layout":{"margin":{"top":12,"bottom":12}},"title-layout":{"margin":{"top":30,"bottom":0}},"headerPhotoLayout":{"ignoreDocumentMargin":true,"columnStart":0,"columnSpan":7},"headerBelowTextPhotoLayout":{"ignoreDocumentMargin":true,"columnStart":0,"columnSpan":7,"margin":{"top":30,"bottom":0}},"byline-layout":{"margin":{"top":10,"bottom":10},"columnStart":0,"columnSpan":7}},"metadata":{"excerpt":"Build a Thriving NJ calls on the next leaders of the state to invest $600M annually into homes residents can afford so we can all afford to call NJ home.","thumbnailURL":"http:\/\/cdn.monarchhousing.org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/03\/Trio-2.jpg","dateCreated":"2017-03-30T15:53:12+00:00","dateModified":"2017-03-30T16:35:53+00:00","datePublished":"2017-03-30T15:53:12+00:00","canonicalURL":"http:\/\/monarchhousing.org\/2017\/03\/30\/build-thriving-nj\/","generatorIdentifier":"publish-to-apple-news","generatorName":"Publish to Apple News","generatorVersion":"1.2.4"},"advertisingSettings":{"frequency":10,"layout":{"margin":{"top":15,"bottom":15}}}}
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    Thanks Kevin.

    When it did not publish I checked the file to see if there were any obvious errors on my end.

    I have tried to publish it about a dozen times.

    Would our cache program be part of the issue?

    I tried it with remote images off and got this message:

    There has been an error with the API: The attachment could not be included in the request because it was empty.

    If you need assistance, please reach out for support on WordPress.org or GitHub.

    Remote Images is on.

    Should switch and see what happens?

    Thanks.

    This is the link: https://pastebin.com/nWXBpjWf

    Yes. I hit update and both are now published.

    https://apple.news/AQiY2mWBdQDuxq1dBDbt7cg

    https://apple.news/AzkuyXPuNQCGSUCau1DpsaA

    Very strange. Happy it worked but still a mystery.

    Kevin, thanks for the update.

    This is a new one but the same issues happened.

    This is the pastebin link: http://pastebin.com/rK2M9dcf

    This is the text.

    [Please put large blocks of code in backticks or use the “code” button]

    <h3 style="text-align: center;">NJ’s Shortage of over 210,000 Affordable Homes will Increase to Crisis Levels</h3>
    <span class="drop_cap">L</span>ast week,<a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-administration-considers-6-billion-cut-to-hud-budget/2017/03/08/1757e8e8-03ab-11e7-b1e9-a05d3c21f7cf_story.html?tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.701d56326d88"><strong> The Washington Post</strong></a> has reported on preliminary information based on multiple sources confirming that the <a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/omb"><strong>Office of Management and Budget</strong></a> is proposing to slash the HUD budget for affordable homes and the safety net by as much as 14% or $6B - without inflationary adjustments.
    
    The impact on NJ will be drastic including the loss of thousands of rental vouchers, the loss of almost <a href="http://monarchhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/fy2016-formula-allocations-nj.pdf"><strong>$106 million dollars in Home and CDBG funding</strong></a> as well as the accelerated deterioration of <a href="http://www.cbpp.org/sites/default/files/atoms/files/4-13-11hous-NJ.pdf"><strong>public housing for almost 38,000 residents</strong></a>.
    <p class="alert">As advocates, we have our work cut out for us and this year, more than ever, the <a href="http://monarchhousing.org/cr17/"><strong>Congressional Reception</strong></a> is critical. Call <a href="http://www.monarchhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/dcstaff/CongressionalHousingStaffers.pdf"><strong>Congress today</strong></a> and let them know that these budget cuts are not acceptable.</p>
    Our friends at the <a href="http://nlihc.org/"><strong>NLIHC</strong></a> and other leaders of CHCDF will <a href="https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/712995188908614659"><strong>host a webinar on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 4 p.m.</strong></a>to learn more about the impact of the proposed budget and how we can work together to protect these critical resources.
    
    In recent years, federal investments in affordable housing were cut significantly because of the low spending caps required by the Budget Control Act of 2011. HUD’s budget is 8.4% lower in 2016 than in 2010 (adjusted for inflation).
    
    <a href="http://www.cbpp.org/sites/default/files/atoms/files/4-13-11hous-NJ.pdf"><img src="http://monarchhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/RentalAssistanceNJ.png" alt="Rental Assistance in NJ" width="600" height="295" /></a>Public housing, community development and housing suffering dramatic cuts in Mr. Trump's budget all of which have been hardest hit in recent years. In addition, this budget has been revealed at a time when NJ is experiencing an <a href="http://monarchhousing.org/2017/03/06/affordable-homes/"><strong>affordable homes crisis</strong></a>.
    
    Among the proposed cuts are:
    <ul>
     	<li>The <strong>public housing capital fund</strong> provides modernization and rehabilitation funding for the 1.2-million-unit public housing portfolio would be cut by $1.3 billion or close to a 70% reduction from last year’s funding level. These proposed cuts will dramatically accelerate the current estimated loss of 10,000 to 12,000 public housing units already lost annually.</li>
     	<li>The <strong>public housing operating fund</strong> which covers day-to-day operational and maintenance expenses not covered by resident rents would be cut by of $600 million, a 13% percent reduction from last year, and approximately 72% of what is needed.</li>
     	<li>The proposed cuts to <strong>Housing Choice Voucher</strong> rental assistance including Section 8 Housing and housing vouchers for homeless veterans would result in more than 200,000 families losing that critical support. Many would be forced to pay even more of their limited incomes on rent, having insufficient resources left for food, healthcare, transportation and other basic needs. Others would be unable to cover the increased cost of their rents and would face the destabilizing impact of eviction. In the worst cases, these families will become homeless.</li>
     	<li>The <strong>Community Development Block Grant Program</strong>, which has enjoyed bipartisan support in Congress, is budgeted to receive $3B this fiscal year <strong>would be cut to $0</strong>.</li>
     	<li>The <strong>HOME Investment Partnerships Program</strong>, which provides block grants for local communities to build affordable housing, and Choice Neighborhoods, a program that invests in redeveloping low-income communities, also <strong>would be cut to $0</strong>.</li>
     	<li>In total, about $4B in community planning and development grants would be eliminated under the Office of Management and Budget’s proposal.</li>
     	<li>Housing for the elderly — known as the <strong>Section 202 program</strong> — would be cut by $42 million, nearly 10 percent.</li>
     	<li><strong>Section 811 housing</strong> for people with disabilities would be cut by $29 million, nearly 20 percent.</li>
     	<li>HUD salaries and administrative expenses will be cut by 5 percent, down from $1.36 billion in 2016 to $1.28 billion in 2018.</li>
    </ul>
    <a href="http://www.monarchhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/dcstaff/CongressionalHousingStaffers.pdf"><strong>Congress</strong></a> must soundly reject these proposed devastating cuts.
    
    At that time of his confirmation hearing, Dr. Carson said, "We need to be cognizant of our fiscal responsibilities as well as our social responsibilities. Safety net programs are important. I would never abolish one without having an alternative."
    
    HUD Secretary Carson must uphold the commitments he made during his confirmation process to "house as many families as possible in safe, affordable housing...and look for ways to expand affordable housing options everywhere."
    
    He must urge Mr. Trump to reverse these harmful cuts before submitting a budget proposal to Congress.
    
    Please join us for the <a href="http://monarchhousing.org/cr17/"><strong>2017 Congressional Reception</strong></a> to advocate that Mr. Trump and Congress must lift the spending caps with parity for defense and non-defense programs and ensure the highest level of funding possible for affordable housing.
    
    We cannot afford to balance our budget on the backs of low-income people. Instead, we must invest in the resources that families and communities need to thrive.
    <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-administration-considers-6-billion-cut-to-hud-budget/2017/03/08/1757e8e8-03ab-11e7-b1e9-a05d3c21f7cf_story.html?tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.701d56326d88"> Washington Post Article</a></p>
    <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://monarchhousing.org/2017/03/06/affordable-homes/"> NJ’s Affordable Homes Crisis</a></p>
    <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/712995188908614659"> Register for March 20 Webinar</a></p>
    <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://monarchhousing.org/2017/03/08/affordable-housing-devasted/"> FY 2018 Budget Webinar </a></p>
    <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://monarchhousing.org/cr17/"> 2017 Congressional Reception</a></p>
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    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Steve Stern. Reason: put large paste in a code block

    That was not our issue.

    However, we have had to disable the plugin temporarily. We are using 4.7.1 and we were not able to use Publish to Apple News or Jetpack Publicize until we deactivated this plugin.

    We really need to get Instant Pages to work again.

    Is an update anticipated that would make this compatible with 4.7.1?

    Kevin, thanks.

    I changed the H3 and it works. I have not done any with bullets but am confidnet it will work.

    Bradford, of the four three were published.

    One says failed processing.

    When I check it in News Preview it is perfect.

    I pasted it into pastebin – http://pastebin.com/AFzXqTSi

    Can you tell me why this dis not publish?

    Thanks as always.

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