Another way you can create custom landing pages for your models is to group them by model type and client. Think of them as categories that give you more flexibility in how you display models on certain pages. Let’s take a look at the model type and client attributes to make them easier to understand.
What’s the Model Type Attribute?
Model type is a category that lets you group similar models together, and then output those groups on your pages. Let’s say, for example, you have a bunch of models of restaurants, and want to make a landing page that only shows restaurants.
In order to use the model type attribute, you first have to create a model type called “restaurants.” Do this by visiting the Model Types tab under the main Models menu.
Output the “restaurants” model type by using the shortcode below:
What’s the Client Attribute?
The client attribute is another category similar to model type. But, the client attribute lets you group models together by client name instead of model types. So, if you had a bunch of restaurant models, but only wanted to show the ones belonging to your (fictional) client “Acme,” you’d create a client attribute named “Acme Client.” You’ll find this in the Model Clients tab under the main Models menu.
Output the “Acme Client” client models using the shortcode below:
Output all the “restaurants” models belonging to “Acme Client” like this:
[wp3d-models type="restaurants" client="acme-client"]
It’s easy to understand how using the model type and client attributes on your model pages gives you more flexibility in restricting what your individual customers get to see on your website. Showing a specific client all their models grouped together by types on one page gives you an edge in good customer service. And that could translate into repeat business.