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arinker on January 19, 2022
To implement the modular approach of HubSpot custom modules consistently, it should be possible for the developer to load the module.js optionally as an ESM module. Learn more: read more
CakeSolutions on May 18, 2017
We would LOVE it if you could work on this. Lack of Markdown support is our number one complaint by developers when writing technical blogs.
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July 02, 2021 06:24
Hi folks! Thanks for continuing to upvote and comment on this idea! To provide an update, this is not currently planned, but it is a great more
arinker on June 09, 2021
You can collect customer emails from the checkout in Shopify. This works by providing an 'accepts marketing' checkbox during the checkout process. Read the Shopify Docs . The Problem: All emails including the 'accepts marketing' par read more
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shanebdavis on September 15, 2020
I need a module that let's the webpage author create an ordered list of blog posts to be rendered on the page. Currently, I have a module with a "page" field that allows the webpage author to select one or more pages in a specific order to be re read more
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January 20, 2021 15:06
Hi Stefen, if you want to give the user the ability to manually place an item anywhere in the list you might try using a repeater for the more
dillonbailey on November 14, 2017
The Setup We are in the process of building out a new theme for a client in the COS. Our CSS is included via a {{ include_css(...) }} Hubl tag. The Issue As we are continuously testing and tweaking our CSS to integrate better with native hub read more
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April 10, 2020 00:07
Use {{ buffer_mode.preview }} and {% require_css() %} The following setup does the trick for us: {% set style_path = "/path/in/design-manager/to/ more
BenjaminRazi on October 16, 2019
It makes no sense to me that locked modules are listed (shown) in the content editor. There should be an option to hide modules from the design manager, similar to how you can choose to make modules available or not in templates and pages. See t read more
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May 26, 2021 13:12
I vote for this feature as well. I have test modules that I want to revise for later use but I don't want them to show up in the editor because they' more
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