How to use
This is the database where all projects can be maintained. The template uses linked databases to create different views of this data across the site. It means you can manage content from one central place and have it automatically update across the homepage and projects listing page. If you want to display projects in different groupings or categories as this template shows, you can do so by using tags and filters.
When adding a new project ensure that Client name tags are always ‘default’ colour. Discipline tags can be any colour except default. Changing this effects how this data is styled.
Project type is used for back-end organisation. It does not display on the front-end of the site. You’ll see it’s used to categorise projects on the home and projects listing page. Head to those pages and click on the filter button in the gallery block to see how it connects.
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