7 Jul 2019 at 01:14 #21535anikbonnema13Participant
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You’re been super awesome with your responses so far! I’m almost done my site, so I will be out of your hair soon!
On the archive project page:
Is there a way to get the same switching animation effects as on the home page?:
It’s not super convenient that I have to click on “all” to them be able to see the other categories again. It seems to jump to a new page when I filter through the results? Is there a way for me to filter them on the same page like on my home page? It’s so much smoother.
If I can’t do this with the archive page, how else can I have a portfolio project page that will filter my projects like on the home page?
Side note: I’ve been trying to apply best practice regarding SEO, But it’s still a little new to me. Do you have any personal recommendation for plugins (even if they’re not free that’s okay) that can do some of this stuff for me? Like site mapping ect…7 Jul 2019 at 15:22 #21543Oliver JuhasKeymaster
Please note that http://www.anikbonnema.com/projects/ is a WordPress . The animated filter can not be applied on that page, so the theme simply displays links to project categories instead.
However, you can simply create a new (standard) page with a title “Portfolio” (for example) and display the animated, filtered portfolio there using a page builder. Basically the same way you display the projects on your homepage.
Then just remove the portfoliolink from your navigational menu and insert the new “Portfolio” page you’ve just created.
As for SEO, please check the info provided in theme docs. If by “site mapping” you mean creating a XML Sitemaps, this can be done in Yoast SEO plugin mentioned in theme docs.
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