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The Quick List field type renders an unordened list (<ul>) by default, with list item element in them (<li>). The element tag, which by default is the <ul> HTML element, can be configured. You only need to provide a string like 'p' for paragraph or 'ol' for ordened list. Like so:
Since there are multiple items in the Quick List, each item has a "tag". This tag is by default the list item tag, in HTML: <li>. You can change this to any other HTML element, as for the above "Element tag". It's adviced if you change the elementTag into something that's not ol/ul, to change the itemsTag too. This since ONLY a list (ol/ul) can have list items (li) in them.
When you want to style the anchor HTML element, you'd want to do this with CSS class names. You can set a class attribute by applying a "class" value as a string. By default, the anchor will have no class names applied. Once you set a value, be sure it's a string and nothing else (no array, or boolean or whatnot).
Use, by you or one client, in a single end product. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee.
Use, by you or a client, in 5 single end products. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee.
Use, by you or a client, in x/xx single end products.
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