Hugene - 8:08 pm on Nov 5, 2010 (gmt 0)
So I decided to embark on the WP train ride. My goal is to use WP as a full-fledged CMS in order to power a site.
The site would have the following 3 fictive divisions:
WIDGET_1 WIDGET_2 BLOG
I am reading the WP doc, but I need some expert advice, as the doc talks mostly about Themes. What strategy should I take in order to turn WP into CMS?
Basically, I want WIDGET_1 to be populated with one kind of posts, WIDGET_2 to be populated with another kind of posts, and BLOG to be a regular blog, but that excludes posts for WIDGET_1 and WIDGET_2.
A good example of this can be seen on this site: [thechurchoflondon.com...]
Making static pages for WIDGET_1 and WIDGET_2 wont do it, because I want the pages to be easily to update through writing posts.
I read a about Custom Posts, but I had trouble implementing it. Is this the solution?