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Customize list view of Contentbuilder 2 weeks 1 day ago #263310

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Have you used SFPT? port 22?

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Customize list view of Contentbuilder 2 weeks 1 day ago #263311

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Hi,

it works now :D

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Hi,

I checked it, but there is default.php, listone.php, and listtwo.php.

Please delete default.php and listtwo.php, and leave only listone.php, then create a menu for content builder as Custom view 1, and it will take listone.php

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Customize list view of Contentbuilder 2 weeks 1 day ago #263313

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Thank you Tihana.

I want for List 1 to show Listone.php and for List 2 to show Listtwo.php.

If I delete default.php nothing happens. although list listone.php has some more doe as listtwo.php (see line 158) the code in listone is not showing.

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I was able to manage it with a workaround:

kept default.php with the code
added listone.php which is a copy of default.php
added listtwo.php which is a copy of default.php and added some css to the buttons that I don't want to show.

This is not very nice because I would prefer to not show the buttons at all instead of hiding them via css. But for now it's the only solution I was able to find.

Thx,
Leni

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Customize list view of Contentbuilder 2 weeks 1 day ago #263316

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Hi,

super! I thought to suggest this, but I am glad you find it by yourself :)

If you need anything else, feel free to ask :)

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