I am setting a feature with some full page pictures and two pieces of text —the way National Geographic for instance use in some of their features— and I have a technical question on how to build the article(s) in a feature with a reading/browsing workflow represented by the following sketch:
The green pages just have pictures and captions. The body text is in the first five yellow pages. There is an unrrelated secondary text in the last two yellow pages.
My question is: What would the easiest way to build this, article-relatedly speaking? Do I have to build four different documents? Do I have to break the pieces somehow? ... I don't want to reinvent the wheel and I don't want to make it in such an awkward way that any change or tweak of the feature afterwards becomes a nightmare.
Thanks a lot for your patience, as usual.
Gustavo (Posting from madrid)
Sorry for the late response. Yes, you have to break the article into four seperate layouts, unfortunately, with two of them flattened.
This approach has a number of caveats, including analytics aggregation and social sharing problems (DPS sees this as 4 articles instead of 1, and doesn't have a mechanism for aggregating them together.)
Europe, Middle East and Africa