These tags allow you to display content from another section of the site on another page or post. They can be applied to any basic or blog post page.

The includes will be displayed below any content on the page or post in question. 

Adding an include to a page or post

Add the tag include_[slug of content to be added] to a basic page or post. The bracketed area should be replaced by the required web address, e.g. include_my_signup_form. Whatever slug is added to the include tag is displayed in a ‘landing page friendly’ style below any other content.

Change the includes order

Add order_[order number] before the slug portion of an include tag to specify where it should appear in relation to any other includes (i.e. an include tag containing order_1 will appear ahead of an include tag containing order_2).

An include tag with an order designation would look like this include_order_[order number on page]_[slug of page to be added].

e.g. include_order_1_my_signup_form would appear before include_order_2_my_donate_form on the page or post. 

Add a limit to the display of sub posts in an include

Certain types of include content will display a grid of sub posts when added to the page. For example if a blog is added it will, by default, display the three latest posts in a grid. If there are more than three posts in the blog a 'See all' link will also be added. 

However, if you want to increase or decrease the number of posts displayed in these kinds of includes you can add limit_[post amount] to the tag. So for example you could display four posts instead of three using a tag like this: include_limit_4_my_blog. In this example 'my_blog' is the slug of the page you want to display.  

You can also combine the limit number with the order number by adding it before the order portion of the tag e.g. include_limit_4_order_2_my_blog.

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