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prosa on February 11, 2020
The problem. SEO tools flag blog posts with titles that are too long and sometimes you need your H1 headers to have that exact text on them. Well a work around is to use the title on the settings as the title of the page and use a custom property t read more
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Community Manager
February 12, 2020 05:58
Hi @prosa This is a great post and very useful! Thank you for sharing this information 🙂 Sharon
lscanlan on May 17, 2019
I came across a case recently where it was suggested I document some of the methods we used (cc @mnonnamaker who also did a lot of work here). Maybe this will help people building something similar in the future. The goal here was to build a modul read more
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August 01, 2019 09:53
Hello @lscanlan , Thank you for the reply. I didn't think that default content would have not been evaluated, idk if I should feel dumb or it is more
Outgift on May 12, 2018
Is it possible to create a Hubspot blog home page that looks like this: HTTP:// with blog post templates that look like this? If so, I want to understand how much time it realist read more
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May 14, 2018 08:36
Hi @Outgift , It's definitely possible. You can design HubSpot to look and function in any way you'd like, for the most part. If you're more
Jsum on August 22, 2017
I am in the middle of getting my own website launched and I had an idea I am hoping to get some feed back on. I placed a "Read Mode" button in my blog tool bar. You can see it here . At the moment, when you click it it will hide the sidebar and cen read more
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HubSpot Employee
August 25, 2017 11:21
This is really cool @Jsum . I like @ndwilliams3 suggestion about widening the reading view. I think it would be helpful to keep the Read Mode more
LKTN on July 11, 2017
Hello! I`ve created a blog template for design certification and want to receive feedback about it. Maybe I do something wrong and I want to know what it is. I will be glad for constructive criticism. Thanks Template: read more
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HubSpot Alumni
July 14, 2017 11:05
Hi @LKTN , I wanted to echo some of the ideas that others have shared. I would highly recommend adding in some images since bloggers are more
EricSalvi on June 30, 2017
Hey everyone. I wanted to share with you this new HubL idea. I decided to create a topic icon that shows on my posts on the listing page. To achieve this I needed some way to tell the CSS what topics each post has. This is the code I came up with. read more
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HubSpot Product Team
July 06, 2017 03:50
mateomm22 on May 26, 2017
Hi! I'm creating a custom module widget inside a template called "blog-single" . {% text "description" label='Descripción', export_to_template_context=True %} , and i need to get the value of this custom moduel and print it inside a different read more
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HubSpot Employee
May 26, 2017 10:25
Hey @mateomm22 , are you trying to print a value from your post page ("blog-single") to your blog listing page ("blog-home")? If so it looks like more
EricSalvi on March 18, 2017
I wanted to visually show my readers how long blog posts are in minutes. I felt that this would be a great way to keep my readers engaged. Plus it looks cool. In my blog template, I edited the Post Template and Listing Template. I looked for th read more
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