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I figured it out in a roundabout way. orWhere is just an OR join on other orWhere statements. this collection of orWhere statements is then AND joined to the query. so in my example I needed to do the following {% set Query = craft.entries(queryParams) %} {% set Query = Query.orWhere(['between', '`content`.`field_fieldNumber`', "1", "300" ...


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The Variables plugin in the Redactor plugin might be useful in this case. One way to handle it would be to create your variables, like Brand and Product. Setup a Redactor field and add variable to buttons and plugins to the json config. Then inside variables define the variables you want, in this case Brand and Product, for example. { "buttons": [...


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Instead of splitting the content up into multiple fields, you can put your editors in charge of outputting the product headlines by using reference tags. So your field content could look like this: {entry:nike:title} some text the contenteditor maybe wants do add {entry:puma:title} some text the contenteditor maybe wants do add In this example, nike and ...


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