Okay, so I had known previously that my client has wanted 2 simultaneous blogs for her and her partner, in addition to the front page blog. How do you create 3 different blogs in WordPress 3.0? And then is it as simple as creating a container with 2 feeds for the “Shared Blog” page?
My client also wants all the copy to be editable, but is requesting a bunch of customized content. The customizable content would have to be WordPress pages, but WordPress pages are meant to use the same format as eachother, right?
I tried entering some PHP code in some of the pages, but it would only accept HTML. Someone please e-mail me!
Page templates? I guess what I’m fearing is that they will want to add pages dynamically via the WordPress “Pages” section, and will expect them to look like their other pages. All of their mock-up pages look different. This was designed by a third-party designer and I am doing the coding.
Can you explain a bit more in depth about page templates?
Well templates pretty much what you’d expect. You create a template for each layout that you would like. It really depends how different their pages are. (Putting up an example live would help me understand their needs)
For example you can have a template that includes the sidebar and one that doesn’t. When they make a new page they select from the templates depending on what they need.
Now I’m still wondering – if I use < ?php include ?> for the blog feeds, it draws from a CSS file. How do I create separate locations for my clients to post to those blogs, instead of uploading a text file every time they want to change them?
Also still wonderfing what that JQuery download address is still.
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