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You can create a new template(optional) with a field as multilist, set the datasource to a specific location(home node) and add condition for your template. Now you can use this field as your left navigation, where you can get title/links and other fields(if required).


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You can create your own custom resolver by inheriting RenderingContentsResolver Over ride ResolveContents method, get your data source item, which will have the droptree field. you can get the child/related items details and create your JObject item to return, as per your requirement.


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Looks like somethings wrong with API key settings(/sitecore/system/Settings/Services/API Keys/Key). Below are the settings which are mentioned in Jss Document


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It is feasible and you just need to expose the API. So, on your react component, you will have a button whereby you will bind it to a function. In that particular function, you can use Axio to call your endpoint (contact/submit). Then, it is pretty much straight forward. You need to implement the API and register it in Sitecore so that when the url mysite....


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Make sure your top level placeholders have been added to rootPlaceholders setting in package.json file: { ... "config": { "appName": "myApp", "rootPlaceholders": [ "jss-main", "jss-header", "jss-footer" ] }, ... } Unless the root level placeholders are set, the placeholders and their components do not render in ...


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