Create relationships between articles and their authors to show who wrote what. The easiest way to do this is by modeling your articles and authors as separate content types.After a few setup steps, you use a dedicated linked items element to link authors to articles they wrote and create a relationship between the authors and their articles.
1. Prepare the content model
Before you can link authors to their articles, you need to:
Create a content type for authors.
Add a linked items element to the content type for articles.
After you complete these steps, you’ll be ready to create a content item for each author. Then, you can start adding authors to their articles as linked items.
Create a content type for authors
Create a new content type, name it Author, and add elements for whatever information you want to keep in authors’ profiles. Most likely, their name, photo, short bio, and possibly a social media profile link.
Integrate forms or model and implement them on your own
Online forms are everywhere. Contact forms, newsletter sign-ups, quote requests, surveys, order forms, and so on. Opposed to most traditional web CMSs, headless CMSs focus on content. You typically won’t find a form builder within them, giving you the power to set it according to your needs.