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commented on How do I create volunteer roles on a non-volunteer page?
Never mind. I figured it out.

The answer is easy: recreate the home page as a volunteer page. Then edit down from there.
posted 2013-08-26 15:43:31 -0700
commented on Top Nav Drop Downs
1. Go to your dashboard:
2. Click on Pages.
3. In the lower right are a bunch of checkboxes. Look for “Show parent in nav dropdown” and uncheck it.
4. Click the green Save site button.

That’s it!
posted 2012-12-30 07:01:31 -0800
commented on Pulling content from a page to another page
Sebastian – it took a while to figure this one out, but I finally got it:

Step one:

Create an include file in your theme’s files directory called “_page_content.html”. This file has just this one line: { { page.basic.content } }

(take the spaces out between the braces).

Step two:

Create a page of type basic which has the text you want to insert somewhere. I like to give the slug an obvious name like text_for_homepage_panel. In the content window, type the text you want to insert.

Step three:

On the page where you want this content to appear, put this line: { % subpage “slug” with “page_content” % }

Again, take the spaces out between the braces. Replace “slug” with the slug of the page you created in step 2.

That’s it!
posted 2014-06-04 14:39:48 -0700
responded to Do blog entries have a Excerpt field?
posted 2014-01-22 10:04:02 -0800
responded to Styling for iPad on the Aware theme
posted 2013-12-16 16:29:44 -0800
commented on Making the Featured Content Slider tabs link to internal pages
Thanks, Jason. I hoped there was a method other than tinkering with the JS for the slider, perhaps something I may have missed in the CRM. Well, it’s good to know.
posted 2013-03-19 14:15:58 -0700
commented on How do I customize a text field input box?
This works to get the text_field the proper size. (Thanks!) However, the input starts at the left/middle of the field. I want it to start at the left/top. Other users having this issue with textfields asked how to fix it on StackOverflow. Every answer on StackOverflow says to change the textfield to a textarea to fix this problem. However, there are no text_area options in custom data fields.

As an experiment, I changed the two text_fields in my form to text_area. I filled out the form and the data was submitted. However, following up in the People tab, the form did NOT record the data from the first field, only the last field.

I get points for trying, I guess, but now I have a different problem. I checked the custom field tags and everything seems to match. (if they didn’t match, I would get a liquid error).
posted 2013-10-04 16:13:20 -0700
commented on Editing the Victory theme
Brooke: yes, you can do this. You can even have a second row of buttons. :-)
posted 2015-02-20 22:45:21 -0800
tagged Peter V. Tretter's The trouble with iframes with Not helpful
posted 2014-02-27 16:39:14 -0800
commented on Making the blog post's image show in the blog summary
I mean remove the spaces between the { and the % in the examples above. I couldn’t put those two characters right next to each other because they would cause the system to read them as actual code, causing an error or making them invisible.
posted 2015-07-24 11:16:36 -0700
responded to Facebook ignoring canonical link in OG meta tag, linking splash page with completed
posted 2013-02-27 11:40:03 -0800
commented on Posting petition total on another page
I created this include file, _petition_count.html:

{% for post in page.petition.signatures_count limit:3 offset:0 }
<div style=“font-weight: bold; font-size: 16px;”>{{ page.petition.signatures_count | number_with_commas }}</div>
endfor %}

Then on my page where I wanted the count displayed, I put this tag: <h2>Total number of petition signers: {% subpage “petition” with “petition_count” %}</h2>

However, nothing shows up. (see About page linked above).

I am missing a step. Something basic, I am sure of it, but I’m not sure where I can find the answer.
posted 2013-07-31 15:52:51 -0700