By Michael Kummer+
By Grant Turck+
I'm building a website in a dev environment at http://22.214.171.124/~uescocra.
I want to import a bunch of products, and then have the products have a different template than the default template.
I also want to change the default template for blog posts.
Before I go making changes, can I do this where the post type of "products" has its own global template, and the same with blog posts?
For instance, in a product I might want to have a widget for categories, similar products, etc., and in the blog I may want list of the latest posts, blog categories, link to an email sign-up landing page, etc.
somehow my post navigation won't show up beneath a post.
Link to the website (Platform 5)
Also with all plugins deactivated nothing shows up.
I'd also like to make the post navigation visible on custom post types.
What should I do:
Continue to look for a CSS error? Or make a new section with a post navigation? ... ? Somebody give me hint please?
I noticed that PL5 uses flexbox for it's responsive grid. I think this is awesome.
But now there's a project coming in where I know I'll have to support older crappier browsers as well. Any thoughts on this? Should I only use PL5 for project where we're focused on modern browsers? Or should I use custom CSS to insert a float-based fallback grid..?