I just have a quick question. I am rebuilding a client site from a platform that is proprietary to my company. It is really only good to use for clients that will not be doing any updates on the backend or do not need to update their site often since it is all coded. The client wants to be able to update their content by themselves once in a while so I thought pagelines would be a great option to use. The goals is to put the bulk of the client's content in the pages for wordpress and onto the pages using the wp-content/post loop section. Ideally, I would like to turn off access to pagelines for the client so that they can't accidentally mess up or play with it and will only be to change the content for the pages via the word press dashboard.
I was wondering if it is possible to feed two or more different wp-content sections to the same page in pagelines as I would like to use other pagelines sections on the individual page design in between the page content elements? Iike maybe feeding the child page content from wp dashboard to the main page in the nav section just like you can for post content by specifying what category or tag type to pull?
I hope this makes sense. Look forward to your answer.
By Dave Norton
I have placed text on my static home page of davidnorton.org in the WordPress editor and it does not show up on the published page. I placed the text in a DMS text box and it shows up.
When I created my families page I added all of the content to the WordPress editor. The content appears in the DMS editor as content/post loop. This appeared automatically. My question is What is the reason that my content did not appear in the same manner as on my families page, on my static home page?