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Dynamics 365 Portal Developers – Don’t Forget About CSS!

As most Dynamics 365 Portal developers start as CRM developers, we often try to take the same approach to solve similar problems on both platforms. However, it’s important to remember that a D365 Portal implementation is using different technologies, and sometimes there is a better way. Case in point – consider using CSS instead of JavaScript to control visibility of out-of-the-box features you don’t want.

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Inconsistent Behavior of Liquid in the Custom JavaScript Attribute on Entity Lists in Dynamics 365 Portals

While working on my series about all the places you can put your code in a Dynamics 365 Portals implementation, I ran into an odd quirk with regards to how Liquid is handled in the Custom JavaScript attribute of Entity Lists. I did a bit of digging, and was able to figure out why in some instances, Liquid code is evaluated as you’d expect, and in other cases, it is not.

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