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designfrance on November 02, 2021
Hello 🙂 I have a problemin the code of my blog, but I cannot find how to solve it. When we go to the second page of the listing, the two items are duplicated. they have no been created twice in the editor. It would come from the code. read more
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Recognized Expert | Partner
November 10, 2021 10:14
Thanks @TiphaineCuisset Hey @designfrance After you " {% if current_page_num > 1 %}" expression you're printing the blog post for more
jjokinen on May 06, 2021
Hi! I found this article on the subject but seems like the actual code snippet is missing from there. Does anybody have the snippet available for sharing? read more
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Top Contributor | Partner
May 07, 2021 09:33
If you are looking to display the last updated date instead of the published date on a post page you can use the following: {{ content.updated| more
sgoodman on February 01, 2021
I have a blog post where I have a section for related blogs, but I also have links to two related blogs in the footer. I have tried to show them using the following but it just won't work. Can anyone tell me if there is a correct way to do this? read more
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
February 03, 2021 14:43
@sgoodman From testing it seems like the callback has an issue creating multiple instances. I'd recommend just using the post_formatter instead more
iliascarre on November 03, 2020
I am essentially trying to pull the image src variable from a custom image module in a blog post into the blog post listing page. From Blog post Listing module: <img src="{{ module.post_listing_image.src }}"> In the single blog po read more
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
November 03, 2020 14:37
There's actually a recent post answering this very question : more
Ami55 on October 30, 2020
Hi I want to customize the featured snippet module. I'm not a developer. I'm an SEO person. our blogs have a pre-designed template. I've added the module to the template(we can not use modules with drag and drop). If I don't want to use this module read more
Member | Partner
November 19, 2020 10:27
Hi Anton Thanks again for your help. I think I have found where is the problem. After adding the boolean field called for example: enable featured more
Nathanthrive on October 27, 2020
Hello! I have an Insights Page (Blog Page) and a Blog Listing Page (Blog inner-page) - each Blog has a Featured Image. I want to create a field for these Blogs so that instead of using the Featured Image on the Insights Page, a different ima read more
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HubSpot Product Team
October 28, 2020 11:00
Hi @Nathanthrive I feel almost certain that @amwilie and @Anton have build out this type of logic before 🙂 Bonus points for adding a more
jjimeno on October 21, 2020
Hi! Hope you are doing well. How do we override the meta tags for the blog TAG page? We wanted a custom meta title and description for each tag page. Hope you could help. Thank you!
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
October 22, 2020 13:24
@jjimeno HubL doesn't work in .js files is why it doesn't work there. You would need to add it into the HTML. The javascript will completely more
BnO-Dev on October 16, 2020
Hi there, I've been developing in hubspot for a few months and I'm trying to sort a blog tags list but i'm getting an "error" due to language, i have some tags that start with an accented letter, i know it's not the same character and the ascii read more
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Recognized Expert | Diamond Partner
October 19, 2020 02:57
Hi @BnO-Dev , you can do this. simly create a new module with following base code(you can add styling elements as you want/need): {{ more
delmer on October 12, 2020
When I created my blog template (using dnd), the Design Tools IDE seems to have inserted the VAST favicon into the head. After placing my blog's favicon code inside the additional <HEAD> markup areas, I see in the source code both my favicon a read more
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HubSpot Product Team
October 12, 2020 11:03
Hello @delmer ! Have you added your favicon in the settings? You should not need to place it in the additional head area Check out this more
Efflamm on October 11, 2020
Hi, I'm working on a website with a blog and my client wants to have a similar design in all blog posts ( Ex: blue links with underline on hover, same font everywhere,... ) BUT there's many authors that force their own style with the editor tool an read more
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Recognized Expert | Partner
October 14, 2020 08:39
For discussion purposes and playing devils advocate here…and opinion dump FYI… We run into this issue all the time with our team members. more
SaraRandolph on October 08, 2020
My company is switching to Hubspot for our landing page which will be created in the Hubspot CMS but we want our developers to have control over the header component. We would like to reuse the header component in our react app AND the hubspot page. read more
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HubSpot Product Team
October 09, 2020 10:59
Hello @SaraRandolph , Welcome to HubSpot! I would like to direct you to this post authored by @Kacper and solved by @Kevin-C 🙂 more
ScottD22 on October 06, 2020
I'm looking for some help to get blog tags added to my individual search results items. Just like in the blog listing template we can add the topics/tags, I need to replicate the samen the search results page. How can I do this?
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Contributor | Elite Partner
October 12, 2020 03:30
if (tags) { tags.forEach(function(item,i){ newResult.querySelector('.hs-search-results__tags').innerHTML = tags; more
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