I want to create a template for publishing recipes in a blog-type format.
I got Poster, and then Poster 2, in the hope I could set up a simple template so all I had to do was add the content required into the specific spots.
But I don’t think it works that way.
Here’s a very quick’n’dirty image of the layout I want.
I thought that I would use the “template” section of Poster to create … well, the template, using a mix of standard Stacks layout/content (grids, text, image) and the Poster stacks. Then when I clicked “Item”, that template would populate into a new blank item, and I’d just edit each individual section as I needed. Drop in a picture, paste in text, done.
I’ve read through the tutorials for Poster, and watched the videos, and looked at some of the projects. I don’t see any templates that use multiple columns for laying out content. Buttons and navigation and stuff, yes. But content still seems to be laid out as a single column, in a single text box.
Am I missing something, or did I drop $Au80 on something that can’t do what I want?
If so, is there a Stack that will do what I want, without having to go into the full Foundry/etc create-from-scratch experience? I’m really not up for that right now.