Thanks! I don’t know if I’d have the skills to implement isotope, but it’s exactly what I want on my site.
No, I would not use the images, etc., on my site. I want to know if the content and structure are included so I can see how things were made.[quote=“texnixe, post:2, topic:5362”]
Edit: Pls. note that Isotope requires a commercial license unless you develop an Open Source application. But there are alternatives, e.g. Shuffle.js.
I don’t mind paying $25 for something I’d need to build my site. Shuffle.js also looks interesting.
Kirby themes usually contain blueprints, demo content, (controllers if used) and templates/snippets, so you can see how everything is made. There might be big differences in the quality of code each theme provides, though. Try to make sure that a theme you are interested in is still maintained and the developer is available to provide support.
It’s not difficult to implement a solution like Isotope. The documentation is quite extensive and if you have problems with implementing the classes in Kirby, you’ll find help here in the forum. The general procedure would be to add a field with categories in your blueprint and then add these categories as classes in your templates.
Thank for the prompt and thoughtful replies. I spent some time and looked at the portfolio of themes and wouldn’t you know it – Anchor, one of the first themes listed, is very similar to what I’m looking for. I think I’ll spend the $30 and play with it for a while to see if it’s for me.