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mobicycle
Resolver I
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Add Multiple Content Snippets to HTML Body

 

Can you please tell me what is wrong with this setup? I am trying to render content snippets

 

I have created a website, a web template for the website, a page template for the website, a webpage for the website and 4 content snippets.

Web Template

My web template shows

 

{% include 'snippet' snippet_name:'snippet1' %}

{% include 'snippet' snippet_name:'snippet2' %}

{% include 'snippet' snippet_name:'snippet3' %}

{% include 'snippet' snippet_name:'snippet4' %}
 

Content Snippets

snippet 1 - <p> I am snippet 1 </p>

snippet 2 - <p> I am snippet 2 </p>

snippet 3 - <p> I am snippet 3 </p>

snippet 4 - <p> I am snippet 4 </p>

 

Page Template

My page template

 

Website

My website

 

Webpage

My webpage

 

 

I have seen this documentation but it seems to be for one website and one content snippet.

 

Customize content by using content snippets - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs

After you create a snippet with text, HTML, or liquid objects shown in the example above, you can use it in a portal page.

To do add snippet on a portal page:

  1. Create a web template and use snippets liquid object to call the snippet you created.

  2. Create a page template using the web template created earlier.

  3. Use the portals Studio to create a new page using the page template created earlier.

 

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chleverenz
Super User
Super User

Hi @mobicycle ,

There are two ways to use snippets:

 

{{ snippets["snippet1"] }} or {% assign myname = "snippet1"%} {{ snippets[myname] }}

 

or

 

{% editable snippets "snippet1" type:html %} as documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-

us/powerapps/maker/portals/liquid/portals-entity-tags#editable ( i am never sure, whether you have to quote the name here or not )

 

the former just reads them, the latter lets you edit them in the frontend if you are allowed to.

 

Keep in mind, that {{ }} usually renders something on the page and {% %} is usually a statement.

 

May be, that is the problem.

 

Does this help?

Have fun,

  Christian

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