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Description

It renders the post content given with format or template parameter. Useful on article pages, <post_content> displays the body of the article.


Schema

Child nodes are not allowed.


Attributes

format - defines the mustache template that will be used to render the post content. Templates are defined in engine/mustache/roar/post/ directory.
template - path of the post template to be used. If format is already specified, this will have no effect.
filters - name of the filter that will be applied to the post (can also be a child node).


Filters

display_disclaimer - adds a boolean value to post. So we can check it inside templates, in order to show disclaimer (like community post disclaimer).


Examples

<post_content format="post_intelamazon"/><post_content format="post_page_dodo" filters="display_disclaimer"/>
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RebelMouse Q1 2021 Platform Updates

Speed, performance, and Core Web Vitals enhancements

Click here to read our Q2 2021 platform performance updates!

At RebelMouse, we pour our souls into making sure that our platform is always the most modern, high-performance CMS on the market. In fact, we invested over $100,000 worth of hours into our platform in Q1 2021 alone. This has resulted in updates and performance enhancements that publishers would have to pay for on their own to make happen on any other platform, such as WordPress. We're proud to be at a level of scale where we can invest this way into our platform, and we will continue to invest at this rate every quarter moving forward just as we have in the past.

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An Important Note on Site Quality From Google’s Search Expert

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