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andreistoica
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stephanderson on July 11, 2022
Hi, we are new to Hubspot and are looking to hire a partner to help us design a few landing page templates and email templates to get us started with Hubspot. I've looked in the marketplace but would prefer recomendations from other marketers. read more
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July 13, 2022
@stephanderson Hi! We are a Diamond Solutions Partner and have experiance in creating custom email templates and custom landing pages templa...read more
andreistoica on December 22, 2018
Hi, is there a way to create nested modules ? For example the gallery module that let's you add as many images as you want. Thanks!
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January 08, 2019
Hey @andreistoica , Have you seen this resource which discusses nested modules?
andreistoica on December 06, 2018
Hi, I have created a custom blog module that I want to use to store some aditional information about every blog post. I included this module in the header of the blog post page. Now let's say in the module I have a field called 'event_date'. I want read more
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December 09, 2018
you can access any field inside the custom module through {{ content.widgets.module_idxxxxx.body.field_name }}
andreistoica on December 07, 2018
Hi, So I created a field like this: {% text "event_date" label="Event date and time", value="No Date", export_to_template_context=True %} All good but when I go to the page editor I can't change the value right there on the page. I need to go to read more
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December 07, 2018
@andreistoica , I do not believe there is a way to change how this works
andreistoica on December 06, 2018
Hi, I have created a custom blog module that I want to use to store some aditional information about every blog post. I included this module in the header of the blog post page. Now let's say in the module I have a field called 'event_date'. I want read more
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December 09, 2018
you can access any field inside the custom module through {{ content.widgets.module_idxxxxx.body.field_name }}
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cstone on July 26, 2018
HubSpot hosted our first ever CMS Developer AMA on July 25th 2018. This question was submitted and the first reply is what the panelist and audience chat responded with. ( view the full AMA here ) -------------------------------------------- read more
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May 29, 2020
Hey @DanBQ I came up with a language switcher that does that, you just add/remove languages in the "codes" arrays as necessary. It will only d...read more
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