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We are using an Excerpt to act as a sort of public template. People can modify the page with the Excerpt. The Excerpt consists of a series of checkboxes. Then on another page we have a template button that creates a new page with an excerpt include pointing to the excerpt. The idea is a weekly checklist so every week someone clicks the button to make a new page for signoff. The checklist can be modified by anyone. We're getting reports that clicking the checkbox in the excerpt include is causing the checkbox in the template to be clicked on. This causes future templates to start with clicked checkboxes. Is this supposed to work this way?
HI @Adam Smith and welcome to the community,
According to the documentation:
The Excerpt Include macro is used to display 'excerpted' (that is, a segment of) content from one page in another.
Before you can use this macro, the excerpt must have been defined using the Excerpt macro. Note that you can have more than one Excerpt Include macro on a page (although you can have only one Excerpt macro on a page).
So yes, I would find the above quite normal.