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MaximSiebert
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MaximSiebert on April 18, 2019
I'm looking to create a filter sidebar for my field group items - similar to done on this page https://www.blueprintsys.com/resources . I have the items listed on this page https://www.ada.support/learning-centre . I've added a 'choice' field to m read more
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May 07, 2019
I ended up going with my CSS/jQuery solution for now, but I do agree - once the number of items gets a little too large I'll have to look into the Hu...read more
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MaximSiebert on April 18, 2019
I'm looking to create a filter sidebar for my field group items - similar to done on this page https://www.blueprintsys.com/resources . I have the items listed on this page https://www.ada.support/learning-centre . I've added a 'choice' field to m read more
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May 07, 2019
I ended up going with my CSS/jQuery solution for now, but I do agree - once the number of items gets a little too large I'll have to look into the Hu...read more
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MaximSiebert on January 29, 2019
I'd like to print the tag title at the top of the blog index page when a user visits '/tag/announcements' for example. I can't seem to find how to do this anywhere. Ideally this would be wrapped in an if statement that only shows the title when read more
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January 29, 2019
Perfect! thank you @AJLaPorte_diagr
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MaximSiebert on January 29, 2019
I'd like to print the tag title at the top of the blog index page when a user visits '/tag/announcements' for example. I can't seem to find how to do this anywhere. Ideally this would be wrapped in an if statement that only shows the title when read more
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January 29, 2019
Perfect! thank you @AJLaPorte_diagr
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MaximSiebert on January 29, 2019
Hi there, I created a custom module which contains a text field called 'url' I'd like to print this field within an `href` but hubspot's <div> gets printed inside breaking the html. My markup looks like <a class="mt-auto" href="{% inline read more
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January 29, 2019
Amazing, that worked! Thanks @Stephanie-OG
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MaximSiebert on January 29, 2019
Hi there, I created a custom module which contains a text field called 'url' I'd like to print this field within an `href` but hubspot's <div> gets printed inside breaking the html. My markup looks like <a class="mt-auto" href="{% inline read more
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January 29, 2019
Amazing, that worked! Thanks @Stephanie-OG
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