The Center for Individual Rights is a very typical WordPress-based website for a non-profit public interest law firm. The website is coded on the Timber/Twig framework. I was responsible for the back-end development of the project with included setting up custom post types and importation of the former website’s database/content.
The website uses Advanced Custom Fields to template specific content. In addition, nearly all posts can have bi-directional relationships (i.e. relating a person with a new story and vice versa). The relationships are used extensively to showcase the law firm’s cases along with the associated case updates, attorneys, and news stories.
Technologies Used Include
Custom Gutenberg Blocks
Custom Post Types
Advanced Custom Fields
Gravity Forms with Stripe Payment Processing
- All supporting documentation for a legal case is stored and accessible for site visitors.
- Bi-directional relationships between posts used extensively throughout website.