CR Rollyson

If you find you have gaps in your HTML email and have access/ability to add meta tags, add this (and save yourself some CSS):

<meta name=”x-apple-disable-message-reformatting” />

iPhone 8 Email Preview Rendering (without meta tag):

html-email-preview-iphone8-gaps-without-meta

iPhone 8 Email Preview Rendering (without meta tag):

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CharityEngine/Charity Engine — have to wonder if a space between Charity and Engine may be to blame for the limited amount of information easily accessible/searchable on the WWW about the CE platform. No secret CE’s own site search functionality is pretty limited. For that reason I’m posting something that is super straight-forward on most platforms — the managing of templates(?!_wtf)

Manage Templates

Do This:

  • Quick Links > APPS (tab) > Configuration (link)
  • Config View > Campaigns Card > Message Templates
  • Load “Design Templates” Screen > Do damage/Organize Chaos
CharityEngine UI Is Confusing As Shit — medium — post — crrollyson
CharityEngine UI Is Confusing As Shit — medium — post — crrollyson

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No long story. Your hubdb has a select option and you would like to filter by one of the options. Use the Column name field (mind the underscores) and choose the select option you want to filter (mind the Case Sensitivity)

{% for row in hubdb_table_rows('hubdb_table_name', 'content_type=Podcast') %}{{ row }}{% endfor %}
HubDB Screenshot showing column edit view Column name and Select options case sensitivity

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No long story. You know it’s available, but documentation is all over the board with mixed verbiage and gets a little tricky to reason out query params — orderBy + createdAt.

Turns out there is a prefix and a minus to flip the order to most recent.

Try this:

{% for row in hubdb_table_rows(‘name_of_hubdb’, ‘&orderBy=-hs_created_at’) %}

Good luck √ Hope this helps + Pass it on

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No long story – you’ve updated a mac password for an app and now something has stopped working…

Do this:

  1. Go to Applications > Utilities > and open “Keychain Access”
Mac Applications Keychain Access step 1

2. Search for the disconnected App in the top-right search bar – this will list all the keychains tied to…

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CR Rollyson

CR Rollyson

Amazing father, decent husband, digital marketing user experience & web manager. Having a good time with good folks.