Ideas on displaying posts in a page. (4 posts)

  1. steverobertsco
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello, I am wondering if anyone can help me.

    I have two templates (but this isn't important).
    I have a page with 3 different areas.

    I want one area (middle area) to be where the page content goes, but then how to have the other two areas editable as they are just images.
    Maybe a post but forgetting the codex for this and thoughts on how to display it.

    For example:

    [____Image____] [____Text Content____] [____Image____]
    Editable Editable (in Page are) Editable

    Or here is a link to the static site: http://www.webvisual.co.uk/client/BWTGraduateMicrosite/a-head-start.html

    Hopefully you guys will have a better idea than me.

    All replys I will reply to.

    Thank you in advance for any help or advise.


  2. steverobertsco
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I've discovered a guy with the same issue and a answer but I may leave this open for now to see any other feedback.


    This guy then looked into http://magicfields.org/

  3. steverobertsco
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Ok Guys, I think this is a major issue looking it up.

    I have a page with main content in the middle, but I want to separate 3 other divs out to be editable. I would then have to make a template for each page and add something like <?php query_posts('cat=-3'); ?> to that div, so that I can create a Cat, Post specific to that area.

    I have looked at Plugins like Magic Fields and Post to Page but just cannot get a grip around these in the small space of time I always have when I come to a wordpress site with this issue.

    All I need is editable regions within a page which is based on one template.

    Would anyone know how to do this the best way?


    Heads up on the site Im working on to give you an idea. I have two templates, only different by one div and over 40 pages.
    The templates sum up of a few divs, one for content the rest for images, I just need those images and content to be editable.

    I hope you experts can give me a better idea, as I am starting to think WordPress isn't quite their yet as a full CMS option and still only a blogging engine.

    Ps. I have been using wordpress for a while but always got around the posts issue.

    Thank you, I will respond.

    [Moderator note: Please do not post more than one topic on a given question,. Your more recent, duplicate topic has been deleted.]

  4. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @steverobertsco: Will you please stop posting the same topic! All of the other duplicate topics have been deleted.

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