I compared the files pages.cfm and blog.cfm. The difference ist easy to understand and quite small.
My question: I would make the difference if it’s a page or a blog by code and make the decisions, what should be rendered. This would save a mostly redundant template.
I’m not sure, if i missed something, why did you make two templates?
I did not use one template as in reality they are two different entities.
Distinct differences would arise and have already. So, maybe when we move to Angular for the front end, we can get rid of some front end discrepancies.
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Angular isn’t that a JS framework?