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ScottWelch on May 13, 2024
Hi, Can you add an option on the knowledge base hub to include or not include knowledge base pages in the sitemap? In our implementation, our knowledgebase articles are for logged in customers only and they're not in a subdomain (existed before I read more
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ScottWelch on April 19, 2024
I'm working on a newer and simpler footer menu that our current template makes a mess of. I'd like to know all the properties (Django) I can access so that I can draw the menu cleanly. As of now, I can't get out of wrapping each link in a <div> read more
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April 22, 2024
Thanks for the tips @Anton . The nav module I used as a base was doing a bunch of nested lists which worked for the top nav, but the prior footer w...read more
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ScottWelch on April 19, 2024
I'm working on a newer and simpler footer menu that our current template makes a mess of. I'd like to know all the properties (Django) I can access so that I can draw the menu cleanly. As of now, I can't get out of wrapping each link in a <div> read more
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April 22, 2024
Thanks for the tips @Anton . The nav module I used as a base was doing a bunch of nested lists which worked for the top nav, but the prior footer w...read more
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ScottWelch on January 26, 2024
Hi, I'm struggling a bit here. I've been up and down the Design Manager and cannot break down where {{ standard_header_includes }} opens up to so that I can move the <script> files to the footer and leave the css, meta, etc. in the <head> read more
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January 29, 2024
@evaldas -Thanks for the explanation 😀 - that gives me at least a direction where I can look.
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ScottWelch on January 26, 2024
Hi, I'm struggling a bit here. I've been up and down the Design Manager and cannot break down where {{ standard_header_includes }} opens up to so that I can move the <script> files to the footer and leave the css, meta, etc. in the <head> read more
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January 29, 2024
@evaldas -Thanks for the explanation 😀 - that gives me at least a direction where I can look.
ScottWelch on January 11, 2024
Hi, I'm cleaning up my site and noticed a style="" on every widget wrapper on the page. Is there a way to remove this or program in django to only include it if an inline style is requested? IMMHO it should be altogether removed since a user will ad read more
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January 25, 2024
Thank you Jaycee. Perhaps this could be something that HubSpot developers can do in the future - to only add a "style=" if something triggers it. alt...read more
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