Thank you so much for your reply. You’re a gem! I greatly appreciate it. Following this, I have a few more questions:
Following on from your feedback… so currently I have one collection blog post with 4 categories assigned. Each category will require a different style template. So I can either do what you suggested and use conditional visibility or am I better off creating 4 different Collection Lists for each category so I can have a corresponding template? Is then essentially having 4 different blogs on the same website bad practice for analytics etc. rather than all under the 1 with just conditional visibility applied?
The fact that I can do what you said about making editorial home page rather than fully automatic is great and ideal for me. The alternative to creating static pages and duplicating I am more than happy to do but I wonder whether the limit of 100 pages will become an issue down the track. But I guess you could archive or create one collection for these in the future?
What would be the best solution? Creating the 4 collection page blogs so I have 4 corresponding templates, 1 collection page blog with 1 template using conditional visibility or just designing, duplicating and altering as you mentioned which is best practice? So you have an idea, here is an example of top info for Blog 1 and then Blog 2 so really only the icons etc. have been removed from 1 to 2 and space from top of image moved up.
In relation to styling the RT, I have created a Style Guide page which seems to do a lot, however, the discrepancy between the actual Post with the content to the appearance in the template is quite vast and I don’t know how to control this spacing variation. For example, the base of text and next image is hugely different and also the alignment of the text next to image - how do I get this to move so it aligns with image above? Attached are images so you can see the difference.
Lastly, am I correct that all blog posts work to a max size of 1300 pixels? So I can have the home page with an image extending way further than what I can have the maximum in the blog post? I have attached pics so you can see what I am talking about regarding image width.
Thank you once again for your help.