I would like to have each page (not post) of my wordpress blog to have a different colour associated with it. To define the colour to use for a specific page, I’ll be assigning a custom field to each page in the form of…
Field Name: colour
Field Value: CSS friendly colour value (eg. #FFFFFF, white, rgb(255,255,255)).
The problem I’m having, is trying to find out how to list the pages and extract the value of this custom field for each page. Note, the colour value of a page also affects how it’s displayed in the list of pages.
I have plenty of experience with PHP, MySQL and other such technologies, but I’m new to wordpress so would like someone to suggest the best possible way to do this in wordpress (in terms of preserving compatibility with future versions).
What would be ideal in my mind, is simply a PHP array containing the necessary information such as title, page id and of course the keys and values of all custom fields associated with each page.
Any help is very much appreciated!
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