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  • #76480

    Crdc
    Participant

    I have these two pages:
    https://crdcstaging.wpengine.com/about/staff/marc-gopins-bio/marc-gopins-publications/
    https://crdcstaging.wpengine.com/about/staff/

    I would like to apply the TEAM template without re-creating them all from scratch. Is this possible?

    Also, is there a way to change the order of the individuals? For example, Gopin should go first, etc. https://crdcstaging.wpengine.com/tp-team/

    Thank you again for your help! Your team has been amazing!!!
    CRDC

    #76652

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Hello @crdc,

    No, actually it not quite possible to set the template for these pages. Once you assign the template to the pages then the layout will be from the template and functionality as well.

    As for the ordering the post type, you can either have to create the post in order or you can simply use the post reordering plugin using which you can set the order of the post to display.

    There are many plugins available and below is one of them.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/intuitive-custom-post-order/

    Hope this helps.

    Regards!!

    #77516

    Crdc
    Participant

    I’m trying to apply this theme to another page: https://crdcstaging.wpengine.com/about/staff/marc-gopins-bio/marc-gopins-publications/

    I understand I will have to make the whole thing from scratch, but when I do that – it is adding the new themes to the actual Team page (why does it say archived?). How can I create a separate page with the same template (without combining them)?

    Thanks for all of your help!!! 🙂

    #77529

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Hello @crdc,

    The “team ” is actually the category like any other category that you have added from the dashboard.

    So the “Team” will list the teams that are being added as like the category that will list the posts associated with that category.

    Also, it works as the archive page since it lists the teams from where you can go to the particular team page. To be more clear, technically it is not the template having particular designs and functionality. It is more of similar to the category page.

    Hope this clears the confusion.

    Best Regards!!

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