Firstly many thanks for such a great theme. I love how easy it is to customise it!
My website is http://babyroutes.co.uk and I use it primarily for adding new walking routes for families.
When I first started it up I used the default graphene menu and added new walking routes as new pages, using the parent/child page system to categorise them under regions. I now realise this wasn't so sensible and it would have been better to write each walk as a post then categorise it to a region. I could also then cross-reference a walk in more than one place. Eg. list it under a region and under a new 'National Park walks' category for instance.
I have a plugin which converts pages to posts so can transfer all my past walks to posts with one click - easy.
My problem is that when I do this and put them under a category, I will lose the content and appearance I currently have and love. e.g. If you click on 'Walks' and then 'London Walks' atm, I have some background info on walking in London and some useful links and then my walk sub pages are shown as pretty excerpts below the content box. I really love this set-up.
So...is there a way of having content on a category page, rather than just using it as a navigation tool and can I somehow maintain the nice presentation of the sub-posts as they appear now?
Any suggestions gratefully received. My coding knowledge is fairly limited to basics but I can follow instructions and figure out quite a bit with pointers.