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vperoza on April 07, 2022
Instead of having to create an email draft that can be cloned with the email settings set (from name and email address, campaign, list, subject line, subscription type, etc), allow the default values to be added from within the template ( either by read more
vperoza on February 02, 2022
It would be very helpful if the hubspot form code had "async" or "defer" in the tag to prevent it from showing up as a render blocking script in performance reports (such as Lighthouse or GT Metrix). The easiest way I can think of for you to i read more
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hananizzi on July 23, 2018
Hi, I am a developer and have built quite a bunch of blog templates but I have not tried multiple filters. Is this possible to achieve in hubspot? https://www.facebook.com/business/success
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The solution presented works if you're looking to match based on if the posts have ANY of the topics in the URL. What if you want to filter by po...read more
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vperoza on November 05, 2018
I'm pulling data from 3 separate HubDB tables and combining them into one data set, like so: {% set tbl1 = hubdb_table_rows(123) %} {% set tbl2 = hubdb_table_rows(456) %} {% set tbl3 = hubdb_table_rows(789) %} {% set all_tbls = (tbl1 + tbl2 + read more
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November 05, 2018
I just solved my own problem, so I'm sharing it here. This is the solution: {% for row in all_tbls |sort(false, false, 'name') %} {{ row.name }...read more
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vperoza on November 05, 2018
I'm pulling data from 3 separate HubDB tables and combining them into one data set, like so: {% set tbl1 = hubdb_table_rows(123) %} {% set tbl2 = hubdb_table_rows(456) %} {% set tbl3 = hubdb_table_rows(789) %} {% set all_tbls = (tbl1 + tbl2 + read more
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I just solved my own problem, so I'm sharing it here. This is the solution: {% for row in all_tbls |sort(false, false, 'name') %} {{ row.name }...read more
vperoza on August 07, 2018
ROLE: For HubSpot Template Designers. GOAL: Increase flexibility of the BETA COS. VALUE: Speeds development time for template designers. Creates greater flexibility for the drag and drop interface, reducing the amount of custom code. Makes support read more
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