December 21, 2018 at 8:21 pm #6601
DanaDecember 23, 2018 at 9:49 am #6602Aakash ChakravarthyKeymaster
Hi Dana, you can put multiple shortcodes on the same page.
Please check the JS you are using.
AakashDecember 27, 2018 at 11:48 pm #6607
Thanks, Aakash! Just to clarify, do I need to put any unique characters between two shortcodes or place them on separate lines? In my case the two shortcodes are: [sc name="Muse_API"] and [sc name="Github_API"]. Do I need to add a comma or plus between them:
[sc name="Muse_API"],[sc name="Github_API"] or [sc name="Muse_API"] + [sc name="Github_API"]. Please advise.
DanaJanuary 9, 2019 at 10:39 pm #6622Aakash ChakravarthyKeymaster
Sorry for the extreme delay. You can simply place multiple shortcodes in a new line or in a same line. Please do try and let me know if you face any issue.March 1, 2019 at 9:11 pm #6689
I hope you are well.
I have been focusing on other projects, but now I am back to getting two shortcodes on the same page. Whichever one comes first renders and the second does not. I have tested this to determine that both sets of code are working. It just appears that whichever code is listed first on the page is the one that you can see. The other does not render at all. I have them listed like this:
inside shortcode box: [sc name="Github_API_JS"]
inside shortcode box: [sc name="Muse_API"]
Any ideas about how I could remedy this situation? We need to be able to list jobs from two separate job board APIs all on the “Jobs” page. In the following link, only the Github jobs are rendering and not the Muse jobs. I know this b/c the Muse jobs are not styled like this — so it is easy to see which set is working: https://youaretechy.com/jobs-2/
Thanks in advance for your time!!
DanaApril 1, 2019 at 10:20 am #6736Anonymous
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