I am working on a theatre performance site with diverse range of items, from whole productions to audio interviews with cast. I would like to set it up so that I can showcase each of those items differently. So for example, if it is an audio file with a transcript - the transcript text get displayed as the core part of the image, but if it is about a production then I would perhaps want to have the photos that link to that production displayed, etc.
How can i configure the theme within my Omeka-S, to call on different CSS code (eg transcript vs production) depending on the item type? I am working on adapting the Speak-Out theme which is tailored towards transcripts, but now want to figure out how I can generate different item views depending on different resource templates? I imagine it will go with editing the item/show.phtml and writing conditional loops based on what item type it is, and then pairing it with the relevant css property i want to use.
I realize this might have something to do with a similar question for Omeka Classic - https://forum.omeka.org/t/different-viewers-for-different-item-types/7866 but it is not just about the viewers but the whole layout of the page.
Any guidance will be appreciated.