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12 identical templates but with a small piece of different code: can I use processwire to create a single template?


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Hi everyone.
I've created 12 templates that are the same but each with an extra bit of html code. 
The piece of code is as follows:

						<div>
							<div class="box-pf">
								<i class="fa fa-map-pin fa-2x fa-red faa-pulse animated"></i>
								<a href="">
									<span class="uk-text-middle"><i>Sonchus oleraceus</i> 'Grespino degli Orti'</span></b>
								</a>
							</div>	
						</div>	

On the third line we read "fa-red."
I created 12 similar templates.
The first template has only one box with fa-red, the last template has 12 boxes with icons of 12 different colors.
So. is there any way to have only 1 template and add, if I want and when I want, a small or big, same or different piece of html code?

 

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There are a tons of ways to do what you're asking, so I'm just suggesting something based on your previous example.
In the template add a repeater field "repeater" and add to it 3 fields (name whatever you want, just stick to mine if you want copy/paste the code block below):

1) class_string
2) title
3) description

All of them are of type "text".

Fill them as you like.

In the template file then paste this code where you need them to be placed.

<?php foreach($page->repeater as $block): ?>
<div>
	<div class="box-pf">
		<i class="<?= $block->class_string ?>"></i>
		<a href=""><span class="uk-text-middle"><i><?= $block->title ?></i> '<?= $block->description ?>'</span></b></a>
	</div>	
</div>	
<?php endforeach; ?>

 

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