Can I have multiple portfolio pages?
Absolutely. There’s no limit to how many portfolio pages that you can have. That’s actually what the category filters were created for. You’d likely want to create four pages:
Portfolio (filtering for “Category 1, 2 and 3”) – ie: Photography
- Sub-Portfolio Page 1 (filtering for Cat-1 only) – ie: Landscape Photography
- Sub-Portfolio Page 2 (filtering for Cat-2 only) – ie: Portrait Photography
- Sub-Portfolio Page 3 (filtering for Cat-3 only) – ie: Wedding Photography
The actual structure is totally up to you – you don’t need the parent page or anything like that – it’s just a suggestion. You can even have each one use a different grid pattern (2 columns, 3 columns, etc.) to make it feel unique across each page.
Last – you can even setup a private “portfolio” for a specific client… for instance, if you were trying to get hired by Envato, you might create a new “Envato Pitch Portfolio” page, add password protection via the publishing system in WordPress, then simply categorize a handful of your portfolio posts with the “Envato” category so that only what you want them to see gets seen on that page. It won’t mess with any of your other portfolios, but it’s a quick way to create a completely custom page for a specific purpose.