We’ve just released v2.2.0 of MB Frontend Submission which has an important feature that allows you to customize the post submission form easier. This version adds the ability to reorder or mix post fields (title, content, etc.) with other custom fields. In other words, you can move post fields to any position in the form!
While choosing the best WordPress theme for your upcoming website, it is critical to consider much more than simply its overall aesthetic appeal. Are you in search of an easy and effective way of building and customizing your WordPress site? You must consider using WordPress page builders that help you in creating, editing, and customizing your website layout but this does not involve writing any code. Let us explore the top page builder compatible WordPress themes.
We have been in a new year for a month already. Looking back to 2019, we have some exciting things to share with you. This isn’t a brag. Just want to show you what we’ve reached, together.
There is not only a way to embellish your custom metaboxes and custom fields created by Meta Box plugin by adjusting size, space, color, … as in the previous post, but also adding icons into their title. Instead of using only text for the meta box’s title or field name, we can use icons for addition or alternative. It is quite simple to do, let’s see how.
Since last month, we’ve worked on improving our MB Frontend Submission to make it a better solution for submitting posts on the front end. Today, we’re happy to release a big updates for the plugin which powers Ajax submission, dashboard and Google reCaptcha. Let’s see how the features work and how to implement them below.
WordPress allows you to add more users to your website, but it’s from the backend only. If you want to allow visitors to register and manage their accounts from the frontend, you might create a custom sign up, sign in, and user profile page for them. You also might create some fields for them to fill in their information. If you are using Meta Box plugin, you may use it to do it easily.
Google Fonts is always a bottleneck for website performance. The Google Fonts’ CSS is a render-blocking resource, which means that the browser won’t render any processed content until the CSS is loaded. It also causes a blank space when the font is being loaded.
Customers always find it convenient when they get help while purchasing a product. A lot of their niggling doubts, that crop up post reading the product description, reviews, and FAQs, come to an end with constant, instant support.
We’re happy to announce a new version 2.1.0 of MB Settings Page today. This version has interesting features for tabs and backup fields which will empower your settings pages.