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Hello and thanks for your help!
I will be building about 10 pages within within a new website (using the Genesis theme Navigation Pro) that will be dedicated to a particular topic. These pages will amount to a kind of "micro-site" sharing their own simple look and feel. Each of the pages will need to share this identical layout (or formatting).
Any ideas for the best way to create these identically formatted pages? My ideas are:
1. Create the first page and then duplicate that one for all subsequent pages etc. -- just write over the text for each new page.
2. Create a custom page template with custom fields etc. (as I've always done pre-Gutenberg). Not sure how to do this with Gutenberg/Genesis, using blocks etc. (Drupal handled this very well with Custom Content Type.)
3. Or . . . is there any way to create a page with a custom form in it . . . so that the submitted form data will then generate and output to a new page? -- (each page sharing the same formatting and appearance)
I don't want the person who is creating the pages/adding the content have to repeat adding the blocks and formatting etc with each new page.
How about trying reusable blocks?
That would be a simple fix. Thank you --
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