Ajax Team Demo

This quick and simple demo uses a collection list displayed on the page and loads the full bio from each CMS Item via the CMS Template. It does not cache the data, just simply loads it. The panel on the right gets the injected bio unless the screen is smaller then a tablet. in that case the bio is injected below each collection list item so it is stacked. The layout is one example of a way to do this and there are many. The code is written to leverage jQuery since it's currently loaded on all projects. It is a good starting point if you need something similar.

I don't have the time to help you implement this on your own since I need to work to pay bills. I am available for hire. DM me in the forums for paid work.

Meet the Team

Rhett Lueilwitz


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Jett Reynolds

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Jenifer Streich

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Emerald Labadie

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Reymundo Predovic

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View a profile to see more about each team member.

<> code

var Webflow = Webflow || [];
Webflow.push(function () {
    // DOMready has fired
    $('a.bio-url').each(function () {
        let bioUrl = $(this).attr("href");

        $(this).on("click", function (e) {
            let intViewportWidth = window.innerWidth;
            if ($('a.bio-url').hasClass("is-active")) {
            if ($('.mobile-team-member-bio').text()) {

            if (!$(this).hasClass("is-active")) {


                if (intViewportWidth <= 767) {
                    $(this).siblings('.mobile-team-member-bio').load(bioUrl + " #bio");
                } else {
                    $('.team-member-bio').load(bioUrl + " #bio");



Code assigns the "is-active" class when a view profile is clicked. This is here so you understand where the styling comes from. Normally a style guide would have this present so as not to get deleted when "cleaning unused classes".