Well I’m not sure if the target column of a text entry could be dynamic in that way. Instead you could put your data into rows and then choose which row you are editing by ruling a filter with your selector
Yeah, I didn’t realize to scope of potentially hundreds of columns. You could stick with everything in rows, which would make it easier to build your maintenance screen, but then you will still need a bunch single value columns to pull from each row and get everything on a single line for the front end user’s view. Either way it’s going to be a bit ugly, but once it’s set up you hopefully don’t have to add a bunch additional columns and logic.
In this particular case there’s maybe a dozen screens. Each one is formated differently and so my idea Was to use rich text to make it look nice. But each page has submenus that lead to Other pages that may also Have some menus.
And the org that wants this is really not familiar with Glide but he knows wordpress like the back of his hand so I want the layout to look familiar and similar.
@Darren_Murphy , I suppose you got that impression because the page that I screenshotted Looks a bit like an f a q but it also has a menu at the bottom that leads to Other pages that do different things. I purposely left off the menu so as not to confuse the issue at.
I should add that this is not a data driven app but a Companion website to a book and will have all the content of the book. He used wordpress to create his website and wanted them app that works like it.