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Okay, as far as the CSS side of design is concerned, I'm fine and dandy. I've even added some conditional widgets to certain pages organically (thanks @cdills) and some other features by manipulating the PHP code. HOWEVER, I'm still a bit lost on how to add a new page template, and not just that, but one with specific features. As such, I have a potential client who wants this:
create a page with 4x10 grid layout, each piece of the grid featuring a title, small photo with approx 150 words of text, and "read more..." link
The client wants two separate pages with this feature. More detail here:
"I'm creating an NYC City Guide and an Amsterdam City Guide. I'd like to display the places I'm recommending in a grid-style. The title and grid photo for each place will link to a post on that spot"
Is this doable, and does anyone have an already created tutorial on something similar to guide my way? That'd be awesome!!!!
I'm attaching my website URL, as I have to add a URL, but that's not the website being modified (I have to protect my client's privacy for now).http://www.rcfreelancing.com/
Okay - after some research I'm hoping/thinking Bill's Grid Loop plug in is the answer, but before I tell my client I "know what I'm doing" can I get a confirmation that what she wants (two separate pages retrieving different information on a 4x10 grid) is possible?
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