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It's fine, don't worry!
HTML5 games should be supported on itch though, see here: https://itch.io/docs/creators/html5
So if you're able to make it work at some point, you can update your page with a new HTML5 build (you're allowed to modify your game even after the deadline). But if it's easier for you it's ok to keep the external link.
Thank you for playing, we're glad you enjoyed all the previous content!
I've already answered on Twitter, but I'm posting here too in case someone else is wondering:
We don't have plans for another content update at the moment, but we'll post an update on the itch page if we do in the future.
The reason is we're making room for making new games, and we have exciting projects in the works at the moment!
The most standard screen resolutions are either 1280×720 (720p) or 1920x1080 (1080p), so if your game is full screen you can pick one of these.
But then it really depends on your game's style and performance, as a larger resolution will fit more items and will be also more expensive for the GPU to render, while at a lower resolution things will appear bigger.
Sorry for the late answer.
We don't have a definite deadline for late submissions, but usually a few days late is fine.
What I would suggest is that you try and put together a very simple version of your game, even unfinished so we can add it to the jam entries. Then there's no limit in time to update your game if you want to keep improving it.
For now there's not much to do about it, unfortunately. Discord servers are subject to attacks from scammers. It has been increasing over the past few years, and Discord hasn't provided anything to solve the problem, even just very simple settings users have been asking for repeatedly.
Most functionalities are still available in the itch forums, and you can link your profile to social media for direct interactions with other participants.