Auxiliary markdown fields in custom post or custom layouts

You can create designs, when creating or editing a design, there are 3 fields, json, css and post, in the json field you write a valid json object, these values fulfill the function of variables that you indicate in the publication field, which will then be replaced with the corresponding value in the json field. Go to creation of custom layouts There are certain cases in which the value or content in the json field is very large, for example: { "text": "

Think about this first

Creating effective content involves a few steps, beginning with research. It is not possible to fully engage with an audience unless you either already are a consumer of content that is viewed by that audience or you do initial research to understand the content. Becoming immersed in the style of other content for that audience is the key to getting their attention. Internet marketing relies on being able to grab people's attention and the most natural way to do this is to create content that does not stand out too much as being an ad but instead seems similar to other content that they often view.

The first step for researching is to look on social media.

Facebook is the largest social network so it is best to start there by joining Facebook groups that are about specific topics. Checking which posts get a good amount of interaction is the best way to determine what is doing well as far as gaining attention. Make notes to save posts that stand out for future reference. Curiousity is important to take an interest in learning which topics and approaches may work well in creating content for this audience.

\n\t\t" } This is what we would write in the json field, without being sure it is correct or without knowing how it will look. To solve this we have created a new feature. Instead of directly placing the text, what you can do is the following: { "text": { "showInputField": true } } When you set the name or key (in json format) showInputField and with value true you will automatically be shown a new field below the json field that will be composed of the name of the property in the json object , in this case it will be text , in this field you can write the content in markdown or html format, while you type automatically the json field will be updated with the new value in a new property called content : { "text": { "showInputField": true, "content": "

Think about this first

Creating effective content involves a few steps, beginning with research. It is not possible to fully engage with an audience unless you either already are a consumer of content that is viewed by that audience or you do initial research to understand the content. Becoming immersed in the style of other content for that audience is the key to getting their attention. Internet marketing relies on being able to grab people's attention and the most natural way to do this is to create content that does not stand out too much as being an ad but instead seems similar to other content that they often view.

The first step for researching is to look on social media.

Facebook is the largest social network so it is best to start there by joining Facebook groups that are about specific topics. Checking which posts get a good amount of interaction is the best way to determine what is doing well as far as gaining attention. Make notes to save posts that stand out for future reference. Curiousity is important to take an interest in learning which topics and approaches may work well in creating content for this audience.

\n\t\t" } } The new property added content you can not delete it or call it any other way, since the system searches exactly this word to replace its content in the post field. These properties can be at any level of the json object, for example: { "text": { "showInputField": true }, "text 2": { "showInputField": true }, "test 3": { "test 3.1": { "showInputField": true } } } You can't put 2 variables with the same name at any level, make sure it does not exist, for example you can't do this: { "texto": { "showInputField": true }, "parrafo": { "texto": { "showInputField": true } } } If you can see, the word text appears twice, this will give you problems, since there are 2 words or names of variables with the same name, although at different levels, the system will treat them as a single field and update both.