I have are couple of designs I created for a client that are a little complicated and specific, using custom posts and taxonomies, and non-standard loops, and after playing around with the layout builder I concluded that while it may be possible to bend it to my needs, it just might not be worth the trouble. Since what I need is a one-use template that is specific for this client, I think it’s just easier to create a new non-customizable page template.
With that said, I still would like to make sure I’m working on the most efficient way since one of my objectives with this job is to learn the best ways to work with Jump Start. My question is, what is the recommended way to create a new page template with JumpStart? Should I just build one file directly, create a new pair of template+content files, or do something else entirely?
Thanks for the attention.
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