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How to show a post single post in page template

im trying to understand how to target a template for an individual post.

if i use the following hierarchy for my site,

homepage
services
    - track car
    - race car
    - road car
    - fast road
    - paddock services
about
contact

what i really want to do is create and style the template for the post i've created for "track car" which is a post belonging to category "services".

I've worked out that if i create category-services.php then i can style an overview page which covers all of the services on one page, but what template do i create if i want to style a page which will show the service requested.

what template will cover the following requests "somewebsite.com/services/track-car/" "somewebsite.com/services/race-car/"

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marked as duplicate by kaiser, toscho Aug 14 '12 at 9:29

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i've just had it suggested to me to think of the services tree as the blog, which makes the categories a type of post. i guess then that i could use an if statement in the usual pages (index and archive.php?). is this the way forwards? –  shofty Jul 25 '12 at 9:19
    
See this Q/A. –  kaiser Jul 25 '12 at 12:33
    
kaiser, that was exactly what i needed to read. if you want to re-add it as an answer i'll accept it. unless thats against the rules? –  shofty Jul 27 '12 at 9:00
    
n/p - I marked it as duplicate. :) –  kaiser Jul 27 '12 at 10:15

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I'm not sure if it can be done with posts, but if you're using pages, you can use a template called page-id.php where id is the page id of your track car page. The template hierarchy can help you.

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