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TMisuna
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TMisuna on May 25, 2024
Is it possible to embed an icon in a CSS pseudo-element using an icon field? Is the following code not sufficient to use fontawesome, especially the latest version 6 series, with CSS pseudo-elements such as::before and::after? My CSS .te read more
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May 25, 2024
The icon was displayed successfully. Thank you very much.
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TMisuna on May 25, 2024
Is it possible to embed an icon in a CSS pseudo-element using an icon field? Is the following code not sufficient to use fontawesome, especially the latest version 6 series, with CSS pseudo-elements such as::before and::after? My CSS .te read more
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May 25, 2024
The icon was displayed successfully. Thank you very much.
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TMisuna on May 18, 2024
I have created my own heading module using the following code. However, the following problems occurred 1) Placing this heading module in multiple pages as drag-and-drop content. (2) Margin is given to each heading, margin-top:40px for the first, m read more
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May 18, 2024
% scope_css %} may be a solution.
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TMisuna on May 18, 2024
I have created my own heading module using the following code. However, the following problems occurred 1) Placing this heading module in multiple pages as drag-and-drop content. (2) Margin is given to each heading, margin-top:40px for the first, m read more
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May 18, 2024
% scope_css %} may be a solution.
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TMisuna on May 18, 2024
I have created my own heading module using the following code. However, the following problems occurred 1) Placing this heading module in multiple pages as drag-and-drop content. (2) Margin is given to each heading, margin-top:40px for the first, m read more
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May 18, 2024
% scope_css %} may be a solution.
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TMisuna on May 04, 2024
Create a template type section file and place dnd_section tags. In that section template, I want to use functions such as blog_recent_post to output specific posts, but even if I put ul or li tags inside the dnd area, the output itself is not output read more
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May 06, 2024
Thank you for your response. I will check it out.
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