Add a CTA Block in a Webflow C…

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Learn how to add a CTA block within a list of Webflow CMS items. A great example for when you can use this is for blog posts.

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6 thoughts on “Add a CTA Block in a Webflow C…

  1. Good trick but probably isn’t best for SEO or screen readers given the CTA block is replicated so many times. It will also appear in the sitemap and get indexed by search engines.

    The best way to do this is to create the CTA block outside of the CMS collection then use some simple JS to move the component to the desired index of the collection

  2. Cool trick! 👍 But how to make a new blog post always in the first position? 🤔 In your example it stays behind the CTA block, which is number 5. Is it any way to avoid manually re-ordering posts every single time? How to put the CTA block in the 5-th place no matter how many new blog cards come in? And make this behavior automatic?

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