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DanielSanchez on November 22, 2021
We needed to create multiple help desks within the same account, and the HubSpot Knowledge Base, in addition to being more rigid in structure, allowed us to only have one per HubSpot account. With that, we created a solution with HubSpot's Hub Beitrag ansehen
November 23, 2021 09:41
Nice work @DanielSanchez !
lformdesign on September 09, 2019
We ran into this issue where we wanted to sort items from a blog based on the contents of a custom field/module we added to that post type. We noticed there are no solutions for this yet and discovered one that utilizes some undocumented feature Beitrag ansehen
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April 07, 2022 10:17
Thank you for sharing @mii ! 👍
lscanlan on Mai 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 Beitrag ansehen
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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 ac...Beitrag ansehen
lscanlan on März 27, 2019
This is a guide for creating a separate field within the blog post editor in order to write a summary of the post, which will then display as the post's summary on the blog's listing pages. It's an alternative to using the beginning of the post body Beitrag ansehen
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Mai 17, 2020 12:59
I got it! I don't know how exactly but I copied the code again and it works... Thank you @shaban for the support! @shaban wrote: Hi @Cristin...Beitrag ansehen
mrcruz on März 29, 2018
A Custom Background Image Module For people who read the old version of this guide: I have found that this post over a year later is still quite popular. Re-reading this post, after learning so much, feels like reading my middle-school d Beitrag ansehen
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April 03, 2018 22:08
Great writeup @mrcruz ! We had this convo over Slack, but I'd also like to continue that here/point out another way to set this up for anybody inter...Beitrag ansehen
Jsum on September 04, 2017
I've been playing around with the idea of template modularization within the Hubspot COS, The idea being that you would create multiple layout and section options that are controlled via the page editor. Today I build this pretty simple example for Beitrag ansehen
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September 06, 2017 13:43
@roisinkirby , Thanks, and yes @Ty I have used custom modules for this. In my opinion this is more robust, and if the ordering of modules and ...Beitrag ansehen
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 Beitrag ansehen
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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 but...Beitrag ansehen
bpcharles on Juli 03, 2017
would love to get some feedback from those of you who build custom COS page and landing page templates for HubSpot ///// ** Here's a recording of us building the homepage in under 30 mins. [Vide Beitrag ansehen
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Januar 05, 2018 05:23
Hi @bpcharles Looks really cool! A couple of questions: 1. On your website, there's a few screenshots of webpages built with Belch - would...Beitrag ansehen
EricSalvi on Juni 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. Beitrag ansehen
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Juli 06, 2017 03:50
DanielNGross on Juni 06, 2017
I would like to be able to set up a page where our fans can automatically upload videos and pictures to a dedicated fan page. Can this be done? Do I need to have them use a specific video or photo service and embed their api??? Thanks for t Beitrag ansehen
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Juni 12, 2017 16:46
Hi @DanielNGross , In terms of user-generated content, there are a few possible solutions that might fit for you, but there should be a fair w...Beitrag ansehen
mateomm22 on Mai 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 Beitrag ansehen
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Mai 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 yo...Beitrag ansehen
Fabinol on März 27, 2017
Hello all I am creating an email template for our company which updates subscribers on recent activity from our blog. I'm using HubL functions ( as opposed to the RSS module) in order combine my own markup and apply inline CSS styles. The f Beitrag ansehen
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März 28, 2017 15:18
You could try something like adding a hidden choice module so that the user can select the value and then using the token for that value in the blog_...Beitrag ansehen
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