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Auto Add Content Request on Pages (5 posts)

  1. bernie213
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hey Everyone,

    I am looking for someone that can help me set up a new site with the following settings.

    This is a sports related site and I want to have static pages under other parent static pages. However I would like wordpress to automatically add related content to the static pages. This content could be on my site or other sites. Here is an example.

    I have a page and a category for baseball. So they share the same URl domain.com/baseball/. Now under that page I have page called San Francisco Giants. Its also a category. That page would be domain.com/baseball/san-francicso-giants/. Now on this Giants page I want to write my thoughts on the giants. It would be a normal page specific to its topic. However below this static content I would like it to list all content related to the giants I have written in one section, and below that basically an RSS feed from other sites.

    Now the top content on this page is static, however the grabbed content from my site and the rss would need to be auto updated. For the content grabbed from my site I would like it to be displayed exactly like it would be if it were to be a tag page domain.com/tag/san-francisco-giants/. If possible I would like to be able to change the amount of words displayed however.

    Now the domain.com/baseball/ page would list all sub pages i.e the Giants page and other pages dedicated to other teams.

    Is this possible? If not is there anyone for hire that I could get to do this for me?

    Thank you so much for your time.

  2. Oscar Gonzalez
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    This is possible, but you'll have to do it yourself, or like you said, probably hire somebody to do it for you. Find my profile info, contact me, and I can direct you to some good resources.

    I think I would approach this by creating your pages, then a custom template for each one to display the category or tags of the post you want on that page, then add the RSS below. Theoretically simple, but it could be done a dozen different ways.

    Other things you want to read up on if you want to get your hands dirty:
    - auto posting with rss
    - custom loop
    - custom templates

  3. bernie213
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Can't find your contact info via your member page. However I am going to leave a comment on your website assuming your name is oscar?

    I will comment on the most recent post.

  4. bernie213
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Couldn't get ahold of you. Anyone else have suggestions?

  5. Oscar Gonzalez
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    got your mssg. replying now.

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