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radar on August 01, 2018
Is it possible to combine two topics into one list? When I say combine, I mean only show posts where the given set of topics are present at the same time. For example: {% set topic1 = blog_recent_topic_posts('default', 'topic1_name', lim read more
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Community Manager
August 24, 2018
Thank you for sharing @radar !
radar on August 08, 2018
Wondering if anyone knows why the default Custom HTML module was removed and replaced (in the new Design Manger) with a HubL based Custom Module only available as a download from the Marketplace? Currently, the default Custom HTML module is one of read more
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August 23, 2018
Mboyer on August 01, 2018
Since its recomended not to use Anchors in an Email. How to I create something similar to enable readers of say a newletter email to navigate down to various sections??
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August 01, 2018
Thank you for the response.. I tend to agree with both of you but I needed ammunition to go back and challenge. This will work for me.. Thanks a...read more
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MrCapp on August 01, 2018
Hello there. I'm trying to figure out how to apply two different css classes to my blog post entries as they are generated. In the code below, I have <div class="post-item"> and I would like to append a class to each instance to affect read more
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August 07, 2018
Thanks for the suggestion. I think that would work but I'm trying to avoid JS for this bit.
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MrCapp on August 01, 2018
Hello there. I'm trying to figure out how to apply two different css classes to my blog post entries as they are generated. In the code below, I have <div class="post-item"> and I would like to append a class to each instance to affect read more
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August 07, 2018
Thanks for the suggestion. I think that would work but I'm trying to avoid JS for this bit.
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radar on August 01, 2018
Is it possible to combine two topics into one list? When I say combine, I mean only show posts where the given set of topics are present at the same time. For example: {% set topic1 = blog_recent_topic_posts('default', 'topic1_name', lim read more
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August 24, 2018
Thank you for sharing @radar !
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