Understandably so—I accidentally made it a little hard to track what’s going on and provided very little context.
This website is intended to work in a non-traditional sense for a non-profit’s Open Mic event for students: it won’t necessarily be used as a website, but rather a presentation-style website that goes up onto a projector. (Essentially, it’s more visually appealing than a PPT, and with forced scroll and the ability to make browsers go full-screen, it can easily take the full width and height of a projector screen… hence the reason it’s pretty non-traditional.)
The website’s purpose is to showcase the who’s coming on stage, who’s going to be coming up next, and showing the quote and talent of each performer while they’re on stage.
The homepage that you saw ideally would work with two main repeating sections:
Section 1 (100vh/vw): Two side-by-side images (50vw each) that show who’s about to come on stage, and who’s coming up next.
Section 2 (100vh/vw): Two side-by-side blocks - one which displays performer information and one which displays the performer’s image and quote.
These two sections would loop for however many performers there are per night. (Max 40)
I know Webflow might not (and is probably not) be the best platform for this, but I wanted to try it out nonetheless.
I think I discovered a solution to my issue, as I was using collection lists incorrectly: Confused on Collection Lists
Hopefully that provided background on how the homepage works.
Thanks so much again for all the help so far and being active on the forums — it’s incredibly appreciated!