Archive pages can be an important entry point for your website content. Some people prefer to search but other prefer to scan. Archives give you the ability to scan, especially by date. In this course we'll look at different ways to create content archives; based on date, title, topic, and more.
I am the creator of CraftQuest, a web developer, and former software team manager. I spend most of my time improving CraftQuest with code and courses. When I'm not in front of the computer, I spend my time with my family, and running on the roads and trails of Austin, TX.
Building a Content Archive is made up of the following videos:
|1||Creating a Simple Month-Year Archive||We create a simple archive that organizes entries by month and year.||05:04|
|2||Year Archive with Month||Another take on the archive is to list all entries by year. Follow along as we look at yet another way to present entries in an archive.||06:04|
|3||Enhanced Yearly Archive||We continue building an archive by organizing entries by year. We start with a simple year list and then build from there.||15:24|
|4||Building a Flexible Alphabetical Archive||Another take on the archive is to list and group entries by title and create a smart alphabetical navigation at the top. We also look at how to handle non-alpha titles.||21:10|
Andrew demonstrates how he uses an extended template to set global variables right in Twig. No PHP required!
Ryan and Andrew answer questions about where to start with front-end tooling, what makes a good Craft CMS hosting provider, and how to create a Twig global variable in Twig.
Andrew and Ryan answer your questions and show how the embed tag in Twig works.
How to create custom Twig filters and functions in Craft CMS.
Follow along with Sprig developer Ben Croker and build a multi-step reactive form with Craft CMS and Sprig.
Create reusable templates that can render content from any section of a site.
In this course we’re going to build a component library using Fractal for the Crafty Coffee website using Fractal.