Thanks, I found this talk very helpful.
Is it possible to have different page templates for different categories of posts? For example, can some posts be just a single wide column on a page, while others are narrower with a sidebar?
We are migrating from an old-fashioned php site to a newer WordPress site. On the old sitte, we have many pages that are copies of articles from our semi-annual magazine, organized by the communities where we work. We also have blog posts in a WordPress blog, which mainly are copies of shorter, more time-sensitive items from our monthly email updates.
After listening to your talk, I’m thinking that both the time-sensitive blog entries and the less time-sensitive magazine articles should all be posts. But we might want the blog entries to appear with a sidebar, and we might want the magazine articles to be wider,in a single column without a sidebar.
Thanks again for a great talk!
Harriet Bograd, President
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September 26, 2017
In this session, attendees will learn how and when to use Pages vs Posts and how to organize their posts using Categories and Tags.
WordCamp Montreal 2017 40
Al Davis 12
Content organizing 1