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    I have a website that is about fitness. I talk about food, exercises and each of these have their own sub posts.
    For example I post a exercise that is for chest but also is good for legs. Do I need to use category or tags. Which way looks better with enfold theme features?
    I will have my menu like:

    So as you can see under exercise I provided 2 ways for the users to select the exercises. one with the difficulty level (which I heard that I have to use custom fields?how?) and the other way by the muscle involved in the exercise (an exercise can have multiple muscles involved).
    What is the best way to accomplish this.



    Hey tamaranfibeitek!

    Thank you for using Enfold.

    I think you can accomplish this with categories. In a chest and leg exercise, for example, add the appropriate categories (leg and chest) plus the difficulty level category. Create pages that will separate the exercises by category using the Blog Posts element.



    Hi Ismael,

    So when I do this I have to set the parent page for those pages right? for example, chest page and legs page are the child page of the exercise page. Can you please confirm if I am right?





    You do not need to create parent and child pages if you do not want to. You would just need to select whichever category or categories you wish to display in the blog posts shortcode.

    You can use the shortcode wherever you need to create multiple blog pages.

    Best regards,



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    Try adding this to your custom CSS.

    .template-blog article * {
    margin: 0px 0px !important;
    .template-blog article header * {
    text-align: left !important;

    Best regards,



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