I’ll make an example to ask if what I plan to do is possible with WordPress, and eventually, how.

[Wordpress Site]
Posts fully made through custom fields data

Single post structure:
 - (A) Custom field artist name
 - (B) Custom field artist profil pic
 - (C) Custom field element description
 - (D) Custom field element image

Post #1:
 - Custom field artist name (John Cena)
 - Custom field artist profil pic (johncena.jpg)
 - Custom field element description (John Cena F-U to Hogan)
 - Custom field element image (johncena_fu_hogan.jpg)

Post #2:
 - Custom field artist name (John Cena)
 - Custom field artist profil pic (johncena.jpg)
 - Custom field element description (John Cena destroyed by Lesnar)
 - Custom field element image (johncena_F5eved.jpg)

Post #3:
 - Custom field artist name (John Cena)
 - Custom field artist profil pic (johncena.jpg)
 - Custom field element description (John Cena announces retirement)
 - Custom field element image (johncena_retirement.jpg)

Post #4:
 - Custom field artist name (Randy Orton)
 - Custom field artist profil pic (randyorton.jpg)
 - Custom field element description (Orton vs. Undertaker)
 - Custom field element image (orton_vs_taker.jpg)

Post #5:
 - Custom field artist name (Randy Orton)
 - Custom field artist profil pic (randyorton.jpg)
 - Custom field element description (Orton injured by Lesnar)
 - Custom field element image (orton_injury_lesnar.jpg)

As you can see, every post regarding a certain artist, have the same first 2 custom fields, used as introduction. While the remaining 2 always differs.

Now my question…

Is there any way to customize search results page (the one called by a custom search, a tag or a certain category list, which usually is index.php) all posts of a certain artist, showing first 2 custom fields only once, and the remaining 2 fields for all present posts?

Example:
url: mysite.com/tag/john-cena

Result:
 - Custom field A
 - Custom field B

 - Custom field C
 - Custom field D

 - Custom field C
 - Custom field D

 - Custom field C
 - Custom field D

Is this technically possible by inserting a certain variable like “if A and B = true, do not repeat” ??

Read more here: How to not repeat some duplicate custom fields in WordPress


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