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  • Kc George

    Hi Bradley,

    In the example you have given above, you are adding the blogpost content along with other details. This is not a recommended practice. In the above screen you should ideally add only blogpost meta data and the content is normally added in the blogpost directly. 

    Embed code can also be added in the blogpost. Please watch this video for the procedure. https://jmp.sh/VzHL9SO

    If you have further questions, please get back to us.

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  • Bradley Johnson

    Hi get and it sticks. 

     

    Here is my other problem: https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/8929476?key=504b17480719b740495a6c6dd0dfc905 

     

    I am trying to use Dynamic Text so it makes it easier for my clients to blog and it just gets super frustrating. 

     

    Brad 

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  • Kc George

    Hi Bradley,

    I guess you are trying to replicate the concept of Brizy WP Blog templates with Brizy Cloud. Brizy Cloud is designed a bit differently. I am afraid we can't replicate the Brizy WP template model with the Cloud.

    We have not designed Brizy Cloud to add content in the way you have attempted. Blogpost content is expected to be added within the blogpost when you are editing the page. Custom fields can be added to the blogpost, but those custom fields must be ideally mete data like author name, publishing date etc. (and not the content itself)

    Blogpost content is expected to be added while you are editing the page. Only when you follow this approach, can you add images, videos, audio, a gallery etc to your blogposts. In the approach you were following, it would be impossible to add any content other than text to blog posts.      

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  • Bradley Johnson

    Okay, I understand. 

     

    I have one more thing that I need your help with.  Watch this video: https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/8951900?key=19eab82e8cb00271866216d9ddc624a5

     

    We are using the #Category with #Category URL for the hyperlink. It works up this issue. 

    When we have a single category for the post, it links 100% correctly, but when we add 2 or more, it creates a URL string, based on the dynamic insert.  I LOVE the dynamic of this and makes it super easy to put the topics which that blog is about. However, how do I break up the URLs so its three links instead of one? 

     

    Here is the URL that is pulling, but it should be three not one.  Watch the video for my example.

     

    https://www.anewmediagroup.com/blog,%20/digital-marketing,%20/nonprofit-marketing

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  • Kc George

    Hi Bradley,

    Thanks for pointing this out. Linking to category URLs when a blog post has multiple categories is a scenario that we have not taken care of. We will escalate this issue to our development team and will work on a fix for this.

    A fix for this might take a while. We will get back to you when we hear from our development team.  

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