Thank you so much for the pictures and details about your gate. We put half of the fencing up last weekend and will get the rest of the fencing up tomorrow then I will get the gates up during the week.
One gate will be attached to a chain link fence post that we lined our t-post/welded wire fence up with just like you did with the existing wood fence-- it will be made with 2 by 4 with some fencing attached across it and now with your instructions I see how to attach it to the post using the screw eye over the male hinges and I like the idea of being able to lift the gate off completely for easier access with the wheel barrow. The double ended clips to attach it to the welded wire is so much better than my plan to use a rope to tie and untie.
The second gate is going to be between t-posts only and will only be used when I need to get the small tractor into the area so not often. Until I come up with a better plan, I may just make a "gate" with the welded wire fence with one side of the welded wire in the gate area attached to the t-post and the other end of the welded wire loose. I will use your idea of the double sided clips to keep it closed.
Many thanks for your help!