I’m a WordPress designer for small businesses. I make bespoke designs using pre-built themes, so the only coding I really do is some occasional CSS.
I have a client who wants to make a website for their new mobile equine health service. As well as some other functionality, they want their customers to be able to sign in and view their horse(s), and then click on a horse to view reports of the visits regarding that horse.
I’ve created some custom fields for custom post types ‘horse’ and ‘report’. Each horse is connected to a user and has a client status (current or former client). Each report is connected to a horse and has also date.
So I need to create a user page that displays a grid of the currently logged-in user’s horses, and then a template for the horse post that displays a grid of the reports connected to that specific horse.
How can this be done?
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