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Featuring Badges/recognition on home page

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  • SteurerB

    Hello! I am playing around with the layout of a potential new home page (https://onespot.luxottica.com/-cloned7_8) and I am trying to incorporate a recognition/badge feed next to the host articles piece. I cannot seem to get it to populate/appear no matter which template I use. I have even tried it in a 12 layout and still cannot seem to get it to appear. What am I doing wrong!? Thank you so much!

     

  • Foster

    Hi Brooke,

    I'm taking a look into this for you now!

    Best,
    Foster

  • Foster

    Hi Brooke,

    You may have better luck using an Activity Stream Widget as opposed to a content list. With an activity widget, you can have a feed of everyone who has received badges recently. You can also filter by Recognition program and space. 

    Let me know if this works better for what you are trying to accomplish!

    Thanks,
    Foster

  • SteurerB

    AH! Makes sense! Now when I do that, the text is extremely elongated; however, when I swap that with the RSS feed sides, it works? Also, is there a way to limit the amount of posts seen?

    LAYOUT 5 7 

    LAYOUT 7 5 

  • SteurerB

    Just following up! thank you:)

  • raghav_khunger

    Hi Brooke,

    It's the Raw HTML widget there which is breaking the HTML layout:

    Closing the div makes the UI look like this:

    This is the final code for Raw HTML widget there now:

     

    <br>
    <br>
    <div style="float:center;">
    <h3><img src="https://corporate.target.com/assets/img/header/logo-nav.png""><br>New from our <font color="#E21D38">Target Host partners</font></h3>
    </div>

     

    I hope that is what you are expecting.

    Thanks,
    Raghav

  • raghav_khunger
    Answered

    Hi Brooke,

    Moving further to make that widget not take the full height on scroll we have added a new template to accommodate that and it will look like this now:

    Template is added here: /admin/uibuilder/templates with name "New Content Stream - With Scroll" under "Activity" widget type. That template is linked to your widget via this option: /admin/uibuilder/pages/addedit/61

    Thanks,
    Raghav

  • SteurerB

    AMAZING!! thank you!