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michalo on May 31, 2023
Hi I'm investigating if there is any possibility to show some kind of alert in page editor view if page has any smart rules.
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Chappers on May 31, 2023
I have some code that should display a widget form. When I try to embed it or create a module to test this form displaying, it doesn't show anything when previewing the Hubspot CMS page I've added the code to. I'm wondering if I have to do somethin read more
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Top Contributor | Partner
May 31, 2023 10:06
Hey @Chappers if you're just trying to add some custom code onto your site you could just use the " source code " button within a rich text module....read more
fordburgess on May 31, 2023
Hello all, I was curious if there was a way to add an error message to a form that displays if the info the user submitted does not meet certain criteria. I currently have all of our forms set to reject emails from free email providers (e.g. gma read more
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RDuthie on May 31, 2023
Hi everyone, Is it possible to sort modules by folder in the content builder? For example, in Design Manager I'll create an folder within the "modules" in my theme called "New Update 2022" and add a bunch of modules inside of it. So if I now open t read more
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
May 31, 2023 08:18
No, there isn't a way for us to dictate how modules are sorted on the front end. The best you could do is add something to the label of those modules...read more
matt_scott on May 30, 2023
I want to add transparent videos to my page but if I upload a working video to hubpsot it converts the file from the correct h265 encoding to the incorrect h264 encoding. I've tried with the many formats but here is an example: https://codepen.io/ read more
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Top Contributor | Platinum Partner
May 31, 2023 06:55
For now as my video didn't need any sound, I've converted it to a transparent animated webp though it requires using ffmpeg in terminal to do it. (I...read more
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Michael-C on May 30, 2023
I've got an odd issue that seems to me to be a system bug. I'm writing a custom module, with a few fields for styling. Those fields output their user-selected values in the module.html file, like so: <aside class="callout-wrapper"> <! read more
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
May 30, 2023 23:05
Try changing your if statement to check if the color value exists on the background color field. Just checking the field as a whole is going to alway...read more
Sapna1 on May 29, 2023
Hello community, I am trying to remove row after confirmation message or alert message from hubspot api in serverless function using HubSpot CMS. Thanks
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May 29, 2023 09:30
Hello community, I am trying to remove row after confirmation message or alert message from hubspot api in serverless function using HubSpot CMS. ...read more
Shahnu97 on May 29, 2023
Hello Everyone, I need help in fixing the below issue: 1. I have created a secondary domain for blog in sandbox environment and then i have installed custom theme there in the secondary domain which i was using the same inside my primary domain read more
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Thought Leader
May 29, 2023 15:41
@Shahnu97 if you have CMS Hub Enterprise and you have both of the domains connected, then you would need to change the default domain for the blog ...read more
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alvarofranz on May 27, 2023
The way I create module fields is by using the Design Tools UI on the web, instead of manually writing the fields.json file. Then I download the module with hs fetch and keep working on it locally. If you think there is a better way, please let read more
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Community Manager
May 29, 2023 22:01
Hey, @alvarofranz 👋 Thanks for reaching out! Did you get this worked out? If not, I have a question: Have you seen this info about `id` i...read more
MWeaver94 on May 26, 2023
I was trying to create anchor points and links to those anchor points within an Accordion Module, but it's not working. What's confusing is that I have ability to create the Anchor Point within the Accordion Module, but just not enact it within the read more
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
May 30, 2023 09:04
Just wanted to add to @Anton 's great tutorial that you can now also use scroll-margin-top or scroll-padding-top in CSS, instead of JavaScript...read more
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HollyRemaly on May 26, 2023
Hi Guys, I am trying to add a photo to the top of a repeater module. I would like the photo to be centered and to "cover" the area I've marked in red on this screenshot. But as you can see the photos are not covering the area and in some cases a read more
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Guide | Platinum Partner
May 28, 2023 10:24
Hi @HollyRemaly I think this is because the sizes of images are different and the size of container for images is different, so you should give ...read more
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alvarofranz on May 26, 2023
The Hubspot CMS boilerplate theme uses a theme-overrrides.css file which redefines properties that can be edited via the theme settings. But it confuses me to have different properties for the same element in different files, I don't see read more
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Key Advisor | Elite Partner
May 26, 2023 09:11
No, you do not have to set up your theme in exactly the same way as the boilerplate is. It's just a guideline. Having this separate file can be usefu...read more
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