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Hi! I'm wondering if anyone has found a way to have additional information (for example, the seo description) you've set up or included on a portfolios page be able to automatically populate to the Portfolios section on the "parent" Portfolios page? It would be nice if there could be a sentence or two under the title of each Portfolio so people had a better idea of what they were clicking on. Does anyone know of any code or work around that makes this possible?

@tuanphan, I'm a big fan of your work and have been grateful for some of your previous solutions, so let me know if you have any ideas, if you can.

The "parent" Portfolio page url is https://bassoon-bat-hxsw.squarespace.com/portfolio, and it is password protected until I've finished the website, but the password is: Silex1!

Thanks so much!

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On 9/24/2023 at 4:25 AM, Madart88 said:

@tuanphan, I'm sorry! My mistake. I changed the url after I sent this message, and didn't realize it.

The correct url is: https://bassoon-bat-hxsw.squarespace.com/properties

Hi,

Add a description like this? (Here I used code to add it)

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@tuanphan What was the code you used to do this? I too am trying to solve this same problem for myself on a RE website. I am trying to find a CSS code solution to create either a separate line that easily distinguishes the property status, e.g. for sale, pending, sold, or a photo overlay call-out box on each image that can also achieve this related to property status. In an ideal world, I have a few extra lines to 1) provide property status (for sale, etc.), then describe the property beds/baths, and it's list price. Thanks so much!

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On 11/9/2023 at 6:59 AM, MegalodonRE said:

@tuanphan What was the code you used to do this? I too am trying to solve this same problem for myself on a RE website. I am trying to find a CSS code solution to create either a separate line that easily distinguishes the property status, e.g. for sale, pending, sold, or a photo overlay call-out box on each image that can also achieve this related to property status. In an ideal world, I have a few extra lines to 1) provide property status (for sale, etc.), then describe the property beds/baths, and it's list price. Thanks so much!

You use Portfolio Page or Store Page? if portfolio page, can you share url? If store, you can see this 

 

 

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On 7/11/2024 at 9:56 PM, Madart88 said:

@tuanphan, thank you! The example solution you posted on September 27, 2023 was exactly what I was hoping for. Do you have the code for how you did this for a portfolio page?

I don't see example page in this thread. Can you share link?

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