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cbeyer on August 21, 2018
Okay! Here's the situation. I'm building a set of templates, and I'm using the new design manager beta (which I love, by the way). I'm creating modules at the upper level, to make it easy for our content people to edit, but I have smaller shared ele read more
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January 03, 2022
This seems to still be a thing. It works fine, but it does give a warning in modules. I'm not sure if that would prevent a theme from being submitted...read more
andre9000 on November 19, 2018
Hi, We are working on building some email modules. We are using the data-hse-inline-css style tag for inlining email styles. This is the code we are trying to generate: <img src="..." width="250" height="100" style="width:100%;max-width read more
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HubSpot Product Team
November 23, 2018
Hey @andre9000 could you share a link to the preview of your email so experts on the Community can inspect your code further? Thank you!
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andre9000 on October 16, 2018
Hi, let's say we have the following file system in the Design Manager: Is it possible to limit the access for certain users to only be able to access the "Email Templates" folder? We want our editors to be able to create email templat read more
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October 16, 2018
Hi there! Unfortunately I don't believe you can restrict Design Manager access by folder. One option could be to create a second Developer p...read more
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andre9000 on August 29, 2018
Hi, I am trying to link the social share module with a custom url, provided in the template: {% widget_block social_sharing "my_social_sharing" label='Social Sharing', use_page_url=False, link=module.link.href, overrideable=True %} {% widget read more
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August 30, 2018
Hey guys, thanks for your help! Yes, module.link.href was a text field i created for this module. It was indeed just a syntax error, this wor...read more
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andre9000 on August 29, 2018
Hi, I am trying to link the social share module with a custom url, provided in the template: {% widget_block social_sharing "my_social_sharing" label='Social Sharing', use_page_url=False, link=module.link.href, overrideable=True %} {% widget read more
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August 30, 2018
Hey guys, thanks for your help! Yes, module.link.href was a text field i created for this module. It was indeed just a syntax error, this wor...read more
andre9000 on August 29, 2018
Hi, I am creating some custom modules that will be used for email tempaltes. Unfortunately using the 'import' statement doesn't work for email modules. I want to create some global variables (with style values), that will be used in all email module read more
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September 11, 2018
Hi @andre9000 , If you want to use Custom Modules for your emails, you can add them in the Template in the same way you add "Rich Text" module. If ...read more
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