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Power pages snippet rendering – 3 options, 3 different HTML outputs

Power pages snippet rendering – 3 options, 3 different HTML outputs
As described on Microsoft learning, there are 3 ways we can render snippets in Power Pages: A developer can place a snippet using Liquid: {{ snippets[“<>”] }}, {% editable snippets ‘<>’ %}, or {% include ‘snippet’ snippet_name:'<>’ %}. Customize content by using content snippets | Microsoft Learn It looks like it’s more or less interchangeable,… Read More »

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