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I'm trying to get a layout for my category pages similar to this one: http://southernbite.com/category/recipes/appetizers/
And then people can click on each individual photo and be taken to the original post from that page.
I've found some tutorials online about how to create a new template page for my child theme, but I'm not sure if the process is any different using the Genesis framework.
Right now, all of my pages are set up to use the blog template (content on left and right sidebar for widgets). I'd like it to still have content on the left with a right sidebar on the category page, but I'd like the way each 'post' looks on this page to be similar to the example above -- square featured photo with title and tags underneath.
I appreciate any assistance with this. Thx!
For the category template, I do not have an archive.php or category.php file in the parent folder (wp-content > theme > genesis). Would it still work if I just created a file with category.php name and place it in my child theme folder?
Super helpful! Thank you 🙂
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