I think I must be missing something obvious but I’m stumped.
I am developing a site for a riding school with a variety of programs. One the home page I need to display the programs like a post in a grid – image, excerpt, “more details button”. When they click on the button it should take them to the program discription which has custom fields in it arranged in two columns (2/3, 1/3).
If I use a “post” for the program info I can easily display them in all sorts of ways on the home page but can’t seem to get custom fields to display on the post. I tried using Types and Views but Jumpstart doesn’t recognize them as posts so won’t use them in a post grind.
– Is there a way to create a custom “templated” post? with JS or TV?
– is there a way for JS to recognize custom posts?
If i use a “page” I can create a lovely custom template that displays my content perfectly but cannot display them as a grid on the home page. I tried putting the pages into columns but only get content.
– is there a way to display a page like a post in a post grid (image/except/button) – one page per column would work fine.
Would post or pages be best for my program info? My preference would be posts so I could use all the cool grids and sliders in JS.
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