Does anyone know how to do this?

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Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I was wondering how it is possible to add a piece of content to separate categories.

So, what I mean is take a look at this site: NxCare Anavol Reviews

Do you see the "Critics Top-Rated Muscle Building Supplement" at the top of the page?

He has this exact same content and layout (for the top supplement that is) for every page in the category "Muscle Building Supplements"

Im trying to do something similar with my site, but right now all I can do is add the content and layout to each page individually, which is extremely time consuming.

So basically what I am asking is how can I have my site appear like his as far as adding the same content and layout at the top of each page indexed under a category?

Thanks for your help.

Rob
  • Profile picture of the author xtrapunch
    You can have the same content on all pages by modifying the template. You can add a special post type in the WordPress theme so that it can be easily changed as and when required.
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    • Profile picture of the author rvrabel2002
      Originally Posted by xtrapunch View Post

      You can have the same content on all pages by modifying the template. You can add a special post type in the WordPress theme so that it can be easily changed as and when required.
      Ok, so how would I do this? Keeping in mind that I know nothing about coding and very little knowledge of wordpress. Could I pay someone to do this for me?
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      • Profile picture of the author warfore
        The easiest way that I know to do that is to use a WP Framework Theme like Catalyst. Catalyst will allow you to add "feature" widgets (called EZ widgets) that appear on every page or every post or on specific pages or posts. You can feature 1,2,or 3 widgets at the top of the page or the bottom. I set up some of my sites this way. Just Google the Catalyst theme but shop around for discounts. Using this will help you avoid modifying templates. If you get the theme get the "cheat sheet" because it was very helpful for me. Hope this helps.
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        Regards,

        Tony

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        • Profile picture of the author rvrabel2002
          Originally Posted by warfore View Post

          The easiest way that I know to do that is to use a WP Framework Theme like Catalyst. Catalyst will allow you to add "feature" widgets (called EZ widgets) that appear on every page or every post or on specific pages or posts. You can feature 1,2,or 3 widgets at the top of the page or the bottom. I set up some of my sites this way. Just Google the Catalyst theme but shop around for discounts. Using this will help you avoid modifying templates. If you get the theme get the "cheat sheet" because it was very helpful for me. Hope this helps.
          Thank you tony, I'll take a look into it.
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